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E-mail Updates

Thursday, January 17, 2013 @ 12:01 PM
Author: admin

Hello,

It has been reported that, some clients have faced email delivery problems when they tried to send mails. Therefore, we have set up a new mail address;

Please use this e-mail address; bederlaw@gmail.com if you face any problems while sending mails to sulebr@googlemail.com,

Also sulebr@googlemail.com is updated to sulebr@gmail.com but all mails sent to sulebr@googlemail.com will be delivered as well,

Regards,

 

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Merry Christmas

Tuesday, December 25, 2012 @ 01:12 PM
Author: admin
We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy new year!
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New Law On Foreign Purchase In Turkey

Tuesday, August 7, 2012 @ 10:08 PM
Author: admin

On 07.08.2012, Turkish Government has finally produced a list for the lucky nationals that can buy in Turkey.

There are 183 countries that will be able to buy in Turkey only a few has some restrictions. For example, Greek nationals cannot buy in a sea side city or a city which is by the Turkish borders but they are free to buy in other cities which do not have a sea shore or by the border.

According to the new bylaw, all these 183 nationals can buy in a city or village. They can buy a property, a building or agricultural land. All the restrictions on the foreign nationals have been lifted.

The lucky countries that their nationals can buy in Turkey:

1 Afghanistan
2 Albania
3 Algeria
4 Angola
5 Antigua and Barbuda
6 Argentina
7 Australia
8 Austria
9 Azerbaijan
10 Bahamas
11 Bahrain
12 Bangladesh
13 Barbados
14 Belarus
15 Belgium
16 Belize
17 Benin
18 Bolivia
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina
20 Bostvana
21 Brazil
22 Brunei Darussalam
23 Bulgaria
24 Burkina Faso
25 Burundi
26 Cambodia
27 Cameroon
28 Canada
29 Cape Verde
30 Central African Republic
31 Chad
32 Chile
33 China
34 Colombia
35 Comoros
36 Costa Rica
37 Croatia
38 Czech Republic
39 Denmark
40 Djibouti
41 Dominican Republic
42 Dominika
43 East Timor
44 Ecuador
45 Egypt
46 El Salvador
47 England
48 Equatorial Guinea
49 Estonia
50 Ethiopia
51 Federated States of Micronesia
52 Fiji
53 Finland
54 France
55 Gabon
56 Gambia
57 Georgia
58 Germany
59 Ghana
60 Greece (Outside the coastal and border provinces only )
61 Grenada
62 Guatamala
63 Guinea
64 Guinea-Bissau
65 Guyana
66 Honduras
67 Hungary
68 Iceland
69 India
70 Indonesia
71 Iran
72 Iraq
73 Ireland
74 Israel
75 Italy
76 Ivory Coast
77 Jamaica
78 Japan
79 Jordan
80 Kazakhstan
81 Kenya
82 Kiribati
83 Kosovo
84 Kuwait
85 Kyrgyzstan
86 Laos
87 Latvia
88 Lebanon
89 Lesotho
90 Liberia
91 Libya
92 Lichtenstein
93 Lithuanian
94 Luxembourg
95 Macedonia
96 Madagascar
97 Malawi
98 Malaysia
99 Mali
100 Malta
101 Marshall Islands
102 Mauritania
103 Mauritius
104 Mexico
105 Moldova
106 Monaco
107 Mongolia
108 Montenegro
109 Morocco
110 Mozambique
111 Myanmar
112 Namibia
113 Nauru
114 Netherlands
115 New Zealand
116 Nicaragua
117 Niger
118 Nigeria
119 Norway
120 Oman
121 Pakistan
122 Palau
123 Palestine
124 Panama
125 Papua New Guinea
126 Paraguay
127 Peru
128 Philippines
129 Poland
130 Portugal
131 Qatar
132 Republic of South Korea
133 Republic of South Africa
134 Republic of the Congo
135 Romania
136 Russian Federation
137 Rwanda
138 Samoa
139 San Marino
140 Sao Tome and Principe
141 Saudi Arabia
142 Senegal
143 Serbia
144 Seychelles
145 Sierra Leone
146 Singapore
147 Slovakia
148 Slovenia
149 Solomon Islands
150 Somali
151 South Sudan
152 Spain
153 Sri Lanka
154 St. Kitts and Nevis
155 St. Vincent and the Grenadines
156 Sudan
157 Suriname
158 Swaziland
159 Sweden
160 Switzerland
161 Tajikistan
162 Tanzania
163 Thailand
164 The Principality of Andorra
165 The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (Have the same citizenship rights as Turkish Citizens)
166 Togo
167 Tonga
168 Trinidad and Togado
169 Tunisian
170 Turkmenistan
171 Tuvalu
172 Uganda
173 Ukraine
174 United Arab Emirates
175 United States of America
176 Uruguay
177 Uzbekistan
178 Vanuatu
179 Venezuela
180 Vietnam
181 Yemen
182 Zambia
183 Zimbabwe

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We have moved !!!

Friday, October 21, 2011 @ 08:10 PM
Author: admin

We have moved to a new office; our new address is as ;

Akarca Mah. 868.Sok No:14,Next to FeTIP.
Fethiye – Mugla /Turkey

Our new office !

Also you can view the map, from this link ;

To view the road map from ex office to new one, click here.

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How can we organize a protest meeting in Turkey?

Thursday, June 17, 2010 @ 10:06 AM
Author: admin

According to the Meeting and Protest Act (Reference Number 2911) Article 3, “anyone can organize a demonstration and protest meeting for the purposes which the law does not count as an offence”. However the second paragraph added to the act on 03/08/2002 and it states that “foreigners can organize a demonstration and protest meeting with Home Office’s permission, also foreigners can carry pictures ,bandanas and any other demonstration means in demonstration on condition that the local governor should be notified written 48 hours before the event.

Expressing your thoughts is not an offence; please remember the freedom of speech; however we should follow the rules. As a foreigner, you can organize a protest meeting or demonstration as long as you follow the rules, and get necessary permissions from the Home Office.

There will be a regulatory board consisting of 7 people. One of them should be a chairman. They need to prepare a written notification for the local governor stating the purpose and place and time of the demonstration. This notification should be given 48 hours before the demonstration with the additional documents such as criminal records of the people who is in the regulatory board.

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WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU WORK IN TURKEY WITHOUT A WORK PERMIT?

Friday, June 11, 2010 @ 05:06 PM
Author: admin

If would like to work in Turkey either you need to be a Turkish Citizen or you need to have a work permit. Working without a work permit is an unlawful act and the worst result is deportation. Also you and the company you work for will be fined.

If you are on a Tourist visa in Turkey you should not work at all, because in that case you will be deported from Turkey and a year restriction will be placed on your visa. That means you cannot enter this country for a year. This duration can be extended if you do not pay the fine which will be issued after the deportation.

If you have a residency and if you get caught while you are working without a work permit, you will not deported strait away. You will be fined but you are not going to deported but you may have problems for getting a new residency therefore please get a work permit if you would like to work in Turkey.

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Road Tax is kind of council tax. The Municipality gets this tax from the owners of the properties in the area the new road is build. That is why it is called “Road Tax”. It is one off. You do not have to pay it again.

When you pay it straight away the council gives you some discount. There is an option that you can pay it in installments if you like. If you do not pay it this year, you can leave now and you can pay it when you have some money.

They would not come to your house with Bailiff to ask that money, only if you want to sell your property you need to get a document from Council and they do not give you that document before you pay all the outstanding bills.

Council tax is the same, if you do not have money this year, leave it to next near. There will be small interest on it but nothing more. And nobody will ring your doorbell asking for the council tax. However as I stated above, if you would like to sell the property you will have to pay all outstanding bills to the Council.

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FAQ: What if you involved in a crime in Turkey?

Wednesday, June 2, 2010 @ 04:06 PM
Author: admin

What if you involved in a crime in Turkey?

If you commit a crime in Turkey, the Turkish Criminal Law applies and nobody will care if you do not know the law. Therefore, before giving your statement please get a lawyer who will understand your situation and guide you through it. The fist statement you give in Police Station is very important; if you do not get the legal help you may have trouble in the court. You have the right to remain silent, ask one of your families to be notified, ask a lawyer etc. If you know your rights you will be in better position.

The Police investigation takes some time then the Public Prosecutor will prepare an Indictment. The Indictment will show what offence you will be charged with and what the evidence is.

You need to be aware of deportation issues too after you have been found guilty of some offences.

We offer legal help starting with Police Station to the end of court case. We are going to structure your case and help you trough it.

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If you have an accident while you are on holiday and if it is due to the negligence of the company you are dealing with, you can make them responsible paying all your medical bills and other monetary loss as well as your damages for pain and suffering.

You need to speak to an English speaking lawyer to understand your situation. We are offering all this help. Lawyer Sule BEDER is fluent in English and also has experience with Tort Law issues.

Without an English speaking Lawyer, you will be lost in the situation. Translators, if they do not have any degree in law can not translate the situation in detail therefore please get in touch with an English speaking Lawyer who will take responsibility to search the Companies and give you the clear opinion about what can be done. We can do that, if you let us!

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About The Lawyer

Tuesday, May 25, 2010 @ 11:05 AM
Author: admin

The Attorney, Sule BEDER, was born in Fethiye in 01.01.1979.

She went to local primary school then moved to Istanbul for high school. (1992-1996)

She has admitted to Ankara University Law Faculty, the best Law School in Turkey, and graduated from the school with high grade. (1998-2002)

She worked in Law firm in Ankara (2002-2004)

She started to work for Turkish Navy as Legal Advisor in 2004, and attended the general meetings of International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London to represent Turkish Navy.

She went to England to study English Law in 2006. She has done GDL (Graduated Diploma in Law) in English Law in BPP Law School in 2008.

She quit Legal Practice Course in Westminster University to start her own law firm in Fethiye in 2009.

Her Law Firm, BEDER LAW OFFICE, is up and running in Fethiye to help specifically foreign clients who does not know Turkish and Turkish system and need sound legal help.

She is a qualified Turkish Law Attorney (Solicitor, Barrister, Advocate) who has also English Law Diploma that she can compare both Legal Systems. She is fluent in English which there will be no misunderstandings in the appointments. She also works as a “official translator” in Notary Public, Fethiye Courts and Land Registry when it is necessary. She can explain your situation to you in detail and give you the choices with likely cost then you can choose to carry on the way you want.

She can help you to have a friendly settlement (alternative dispute resolution) before start the legal action to save time and Money.

 

 


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