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Land ownership in Turkey had been constrained by the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century. This was to prevent foreigners from competing with...

  Procedure  1 The Buyer Conducts A Non-Encumbrance Check On The Property Time to complete:  1 day Cost to complete:  no cost Agency:  Registry Office Comment:  Although not mandated...

Turkey’s investment legislation is simple and complies with international standards, while it offers equal treatment for all investors. The backbone of the investment...

Turkey’s FDI Law is based on the principle of equal treatment, allowing international investors to have the same rights and liabilities as local...

Before the changes to the Tapu law in May 2012 were carried out, foreign companies could without difficulty purchase detached homes. Buying a...