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    MEDIATION IN CONSUMER DISPUTES

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    Mediation, which is one of the alternative solutions, started to be practiced in our country upon the acceptance of the Code of Mediation in Civil Law Disputes numbered 6325 and its publication in the Official Gazette dated 22.06.2012 and numbered 28331. With the mediation mechanism, it is aimed to resolve...
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    NEW AGENDA FOR SEVERANCE PAY

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    In terms of severance pay, which is one of the most important rights of workers within the working relationship; as a result of the meetings, new regulation proposals have been brought to the agenda. The establishment of a fund for severance pay is one of these regulations planned. So, what...
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    MEDIA AND PUBLIC HEALTH

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    The changes and developments in economic, technological, social and cultural areas caused mass media (such as newspaper, radio, television, cinema, internet) to have an important role in social life. Over time, face to face communication between family, friends, at school, at work has been replaced by mass media and the...
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    CONTRACT AND (PACTA SUNT SERVANDA) IN TURKISH LAW

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    Principle of “Pacta Sunt Servanda”; is one of the most important principles that prevail over the Law of Contracts, and this principle is the basis of many legal concepts such as contract and contractual liability. The exceptions to this principle are; Excessive Hardship, Impossibility of performance, Partial Impossibility of performance,...
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