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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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    PROVISIONS OF THE REGULATION FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF CIVIL REGISTRATION SERVICES REGARDING THE SURNAME OF THE MARRIED AND DIVORCED WOMAN, THE LEGAL WAITING PERIOD OF WOMAN AND THE DIVORCE DATE

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    Under the decision made with the Presidential Decree number 2505, Regulation for Implementation of Civil Registration Services entered into force by publishing in the Official Gazette on 9 May 2020. The articles of 23, 24, 27 and 28 about the surname of the married and divorced woman, the legal waiting...
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    THE SUPREME COURT DECISION ON CLAIM THAT THE DECISION OF ACCEPTING THE FILED CASE AS NOT-FILED VIOLATES THE RIGHT TO ACCESS TO THE COURT AND CLAIM THAT FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE TRIAL WITHIN A REASONABLE TIME VIOLATES THE RIGHT TO TRIAL WITHIN A REASONABLE TIME

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    Incidents Subject to The Decision The Applicant has filed an action for fixing of period of service by stating that he has been employed as uninsured and uninterruptedly between 01.06.1990 and 20.06.2003 and that no notification has been made to SSI. The case has been partially accepted and partially rejected...
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    PROVISIONS OF THE REGULATION FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF CIVIL REGISTRATION SERVICES REGARDING MARRIAGES BEFORE FOREIGN AUTHORITIES AND FOREIGN STATE AUTHORITY DECISIONS (Article 25 and 60)

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    In accordance with the decision made with the Presidential Decree, Regulation For Implementation Of Civil Registration Services entered into force by publishing in the Official Gazette on 9 May 2020 with 2505 decision number. The articles subjected to our review are the 11th and 62nd article of this Implementing Regulation...
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