The Regulation on Conducting Notarial Acts in the Electronic
Environment ("Regulation") was published in the Official
Gazette on July 11, 2015, numbered 29413 and shall enter in to
force March 01, 2016. The new regulation includes procedures and
principles of the notarial acts in the e-environment as
Performing, storing and sharing of
the notarial acts.
Sending the notarial acts to the
Providing physical extract of the
notarial acts sending the notarial acts to the 3rd
Procedure and principle for
conducting notarial acts abroad.
Notarial Acts are addressed under the regulation as two main
Some transactions which can be
carried out by secure electronic signature without the
presence of a Notary:
Certification of the commercial
Notification without signature
Transactions which are still to be
carried out in the presence of Notary:
The remaining transactions except
those considered above.
Transactions which mentioned in
paragraph 2 of article 5 in the new regulation.
Transactions in terms of the
declaration of intentions.
Pursuant to new regulation, certain notarial acts shall be
commenced (which currently must carried out in the presence of
Notary) with a secure electronic signature via the Turkish
Association of Notaries Information System "TANIS" but
completion of the transaction must still be in the presence of the
Transactions which are subject to official procedures and
transactions regarding contract of guarantee, cannot be performed
with secure electronic signature on "TANIS". A time stamp
will be used for all type of transactions. In addition to this all
charges and fees can be paid through the e-environment.
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