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  1. Exactly. Banks have no interest to confiscate their customers properties. They exercise that right as a last resort when you fail to repay. Buying/selling property is not the type of business which the banks prefer to engage. It is a risk for a bank if they couldn't manage to convert property into cash on time.
  2. Hi, Yes that is very common way of buying a property not only in Turkey but also almost all other Western Countries. Also, called, mortgage loan. However, for a Non-Turkish person who does not have any financial credit score in Turkey, that is very unlikely that loan application is to be accepted by a Turkish bank. Sometimes, you could prove your good credit score to a Turkish bank, through your local bank in your home country which has a partnership agreement with Turkish bank in terms of securities. Should you refer to commission for real estate brokers, it mostly depends on
  3. Hi Maria, Thanks for Ken for his contribution to the matter, but I have one hesitation here. I hope you managed to figure it out but I doubt that Kaymakamlik (Governor's Office) would be in help of you by receiving your diploma and have them Apostille certified remotely through post exchanges. They generally require your (or your representatives) application in person to do paperworks, like Apostille. That would be very helpful if they did that but I am not really sure if it falls within the scope their responsibility either. Pls update us how did you handle it. Also, apost
  4. Dear All, Having a property is one of the preconditions only for applications through property investment type. For other type of citizenship applications,for instance, living in Turkey for more than 5 years with RP or being married with a Turkish citizen, property ownership status is not something which the immigration authority takes into consideration. There are different types of applications which all of them have their own set of conditions. Thus, for those who wants to do the citizenship application should look into the requirements of that particular type. It is not in
  5. Hi Fada, First of all, sorry for the things you have been through. We are definitely so sad that this kind of inconviences are happening everyday in our home country. According to applicable law, builders are responsible for the defects for 5 years against buyer and their responsibility period may go up to 20 year for the hidden defects. You can claim material damage against builder if you are within this call period. In your care we are talking about the whole damage, including the extra damage given by the plumber, provided that you prove plumber worked with the instruction of the
  6. Mostly correct. One of the heirs needs to file a case in Turkey to retrieve an inheritance certificate, where the court will investigate UK family records to fix the heirs succession rates. Based on the information, it could be estimated that 1/4 of the assets shall be owned by your step mother, while the rest 3/4 shall ne distributed equally among you and your siblings. Once the inheritance certificate has been issued by the court, then transfer of the shares (derived from the property) can be carried out with a follow up application to the Real Estate Authority. Regards,
  7. Hi Crad26, Thanks for all parties who makes contribution to the discussion here which is definitely valuable. Let me explain you the situation as simple as I can, 1) As your father died in 2018, it is no longer possible for you to REJECT the inheritance, as 3 months rejection period is over since he passed away. It implies that, you are now regarded as the official heir of your late father under Turkish law. (There is only one exception rule to the 3 months rejection deadline, but that right could only be practiced when your father's assets is not financially enough co
  8. Hello Gabriel, Congratulations to you and your dear fiancé ! Most important document that you need to collect from the Portuguese authorities is the one which states that you are single and there is no impediment for you to marry. This is one of the main papers that is to be asked by the Turkish Marriage Office (Municipality) Apart from that, of course, a notarized translation of the passport is another document that you need to submit. Some of the Marriage Offices (Municipality) in Turkey are experienced and know how to proceed with an international marriage, but some of
  9. I would recommend you to talk to an accountant and discuss if your company's balance sheet allows to successfully complete a liquidation process. It is the case especially when you have future plans in Turkey. Should you are in debt against Tax Office or Social Security Inst., yes they could go over your personal assets. BR,
  10. Hi V4E, This is a question that has been raised quite often nowadays, and you all have a point. Your accountant statement is correct except the airport part, considering the fact that no matter how much you owe to the state or an individual, police would not have a right to stop you in the airport border becaused of this matter. This is one of the core rights that has been protected under Constitution of Turkey. On the other hand, if you neglect the company by doing no monthly filing and not paying the minimum charges, then after a certain time (generally between 6-12 month
    Dear All, We, E&G Law Firm , advise our Non-Turkish clients and represent them at Residence Permit applications. For those who are willing to stay in Turkey for more than 3 months, are in need to apply Residence Permit to comply with the regulation. Please find the details under the link given below and also feel free to consult us for further communication; https://eglegal.net/en/residence-permits-for-foreigners-in-turkey/ Regards,
  11. Dear All, We, E&G Law Firm , advise our Non-Turkish clients and represent them at Residence Permit applications. For those who are willing to stay in Turkey for more than 3 months, are in need to apply Residence Permit to comply with the regulation. Please find the details under the link given below and also feel free to consult us for further communication; https://eglegal.net/en/residence-permits-for-foreigners-in-turkey/ Regards,
  12. Hi, It does not have to be %50-%50 ownership status, different ratio might be possible. But if they purchase an asset together as an investment, couples generally do equal distribution. One can check title of deed through the Real Estate Office to make sure the status of the official records. Obtaining a certificate of inheritance ("CoI") mostly depends on how fast the documents from UK have been collected and sent to Turkish court. But it takes not less than a couple of months. Once the CoI is ready then following the 2nd step, namely tranferring the title of deed to the new
  13. Hi Peath, I would be happy to answer your questions, as a legal practitioner here in Turkey. 75% of the shares owned by the late father shall be distributed equally among the children, while the rest %25 goes to wife. So wife adds up another %12,5 share to her current %50 and reach to a total of %62,5. (Presumed that property has been shared equally (50-50) by the husband & wife in the first place) Children of the late husband and wife do not have to travel to Turkey, provided that some documents, including Power of Attorney, have been collected and send to a solicito
  14. Hi Randell, I am a licensed attorney in Turkey and registered to Izmir Bar Association. Let me briefly answer your queries given above; As you ask the implementation of law in the US, we need to address US legal sources. It states that; There is no treaty in force between the United States and any country that requires the recognition of foreign divorces. However, a divorce decree issued in a foreign country generally is recognized in a state in the United States on the basis of comity (Hilton v. Guyot, 159 U.S. 113, 163-64 (1895), where both parties had notice of th
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