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Frequently Asked Questions about the Turkish Legal System

What is the Turkish Legal System?

There are four main legal systems in the world; Continental European Legal System, Anglo-Saxon Legal System, Islamic Legal System and Socialist Legal System.

The Turkish Legal System is included in the Continental European legal system based on written form. The fact that the Turkish legal system is based on the principle of writing means that the legal rules are known in written form with the provisions of the Constitution, International Agreements, Laws, Regulations and other legislation. In the Turkish legal system, legal rules are written. In this way, unity and certainty in legal matters are ensured.

What are the Basic Principles of the State of the Republic of Turkey?

The State of Turkey is a republic. The Republic of Turkey is a democratic, secular and social state of law that respects human rights. Its official language is Turkish, and its flag is a red flag with a white crescent and a star. Its capital is Ankara, and its national anthem is the “Independence Anthem”.

The information given above is actually enlightening about the Turkish Legal System.

The obligations that are mentioned in the definitions such as being a republic, respecting human rights, being democratic, being secular, being a social state and being a state of law are the principles that form the basis of the Turkish Legal System.

The main powers of the Republic of Turkey are divided into 3 and they are connected to the system of controlling each other; Legislative power, Executive Power and Duties and Jurisdiction.

What are the Sources of the Turkish Legal System?

In the Turkish Legal System, there are main sources and auxiliary sources.

Main sources; means binding rules for everyone. Constitution, International Conventions, Laws, Decrees with the Force of Law, Presidential Decrees,   Regulations, Statutes, Circular, Circular, Decrees. However, the decisions of the Court of Cassation and the Council of State to unify the jurisprudence and the decisions of the Constitutional Court are also binding and are among the main sources.

Supplementary resources are; Doctrines (Scientific opinions), Ijtihads (Judiciary decisions). Supplementary resources are not binding and are important in terms of helping law practitioners in practice and guiding them.

What are the Fundamental Rights and Freedoms in the Turkish Legal System?

The most important source of the Turkish legal system is undoubtedly the Constitution.

The Constitution of the Republic of Turkey includes Fundamental Rights and Duties as the Second Part. According to this; Everyone has inviolable, inalienable, and indispensable fundamental rights and freedoms depending on his personality.
The scope and limits of the rights specified in the Constitution of the Republic of Turkey are regulated by laws.

However, the fundamental rights and freedoms specified in the European Convention on Human Rights accepted by the Republic of Turkey are also binding on everyone. It is also possible to apply to the European Court of Human Rights in case of violation of the fundamental rights and freedoms specified in the European Convention on Human Rights.

What is the Turkish Legal System?

There are four main legal systems in the world; Continental European Legal System, Anglo-Saxon Legal System, Islamic Legal System and Socialist Legal System.

The Turkish Legal System is included in the Continental European legal system based on written form. The fact that the Turkish legal system is based on the principle of writing means that the legal rules are known in written form with the provisions of the Constitution, International Agreements, Laws, Regulations and other legislation. In the Turkish legal system, legal rules are written. In this way, unity and certainty in legal matters are ensured.

What are the Basic Principles of the State of the Republic of Turkey?

The State of Turkey is a republic. The Republic of Turkey is a democratic, secular and social state of law that respects human rights. Its official language is Turkish, and its flag is a red flag with a white crescent and a star. Its capital is Ankara, and its national anthem is the “Independence Anthem”.

The information given above is actually enlightening about the Turkish Legal System.

The obligations that are mentioned in the definitions such as being a republic, respecting human rights, being democratic, being secular, being a social state and being a state of law are the principles that form the basis of the Turkish Legal System.

The main powers of the Republic of Turkey are divided into 3 and they are connected to the system of controlling each other; Legislative power, Executive Power and Duties and Jurisdiction.

What are the Sources of the Turkish Legal System?

In the Turkish Legal System, there are main sources and auxiliary sources.

Main sources; means binding rules for everyone. Constitution, International Conventions, Laws, Decrees with the Force of Law, Presidential Decrees,   Regulations, Statutes, Circular, Circular, Decrees. However, the decisions of the Court of Cassation and the Council of State to unify the jurisprudence and the decisions of the Constitutional Court are also binding and are among the main sources.

Supplementary resources are; Doctrines (Scientific opinions), Ijtihads (Judiciary decisions). Supplementary resources are not binding and are important in terms of helping law practitioners in practice and guiding them.

What are the Fundamental Rights and Freedoms in the Turkish Legal System?

The most important source of the Turkish legal system is undoubtedly the Constitution.

The Constitution of the Republic of Turkey includes Fundamental Rights and Duties as the Second Part. According to this; Everyone has inviolable, inalienable, and indispensable fundamental rights and freedoms depending on his personality.

The scope and limits of the rights specified in the Constitution of the Republic of Turkey are regulated by laws.

However, the fundamental rights and freedoms specified in the European Convention on Human Rights accepted by the Republic of Turkey are also binding on everyone. It is also possible to apply to the European Court of Human Rights in case of violation of the fundamental rights and freedoms specified in the European Convention on Human Rights.

Fundamental rights and freedoms specified in the European Convention on Human Rights;

How to Resolve Legal Disputes in the Turkish Legal System?

The mechanisms you have to apply in case of violation of the fundamental rights and freedoms specified in the Turkish Legal System, the application period and the procedural rules required for the determination or resolution of the dispute are also written.

In case of restriction, limitation or violation of your fundamental rights and freedoms; You will have to determine in which legislation provisions your rights and freedoms are regulated, and then, if the legislation has foreseen what you should do in case of such a violation, you will first have to resort to that way.

In order to solve your legal problem, you may first need to apply to administrative institutions and organizations.

In order to solve your legal problem, you may need to apply to private law persons and send a warning.

You may need to resort to compulsory mediation to resolve your legal issue.

You may need to file a lawsuit to resolve your legal issue.

You may need to apply to arbitration or an arbitral tribunal to resolve your legal problem.

You may need to initiate enforcement proceedings to resolve your legal problem.

You may need to do one or more of these solutions at the same time. Or, your application to one may prevent you from doing the other.

Applications to the solutions mentioned above usually have to be made in a certain time and in a certain way.

You should evaluate the possibility of being right and being wrong in your applications to solve your legal problem. You should be aware of the risks that await you, especially if you are proved wrong. Otherwise, you may not be able to solve your legal problem, and you may have other problems.

Let’s try to explain the issues we mentioned under this title with an example;

Let’s assume that you applied to the Governor’s Office for the extension of your residence permit, but your application for the extension of your residence permit was rejected. In this case, the first thing to do is to determine in which legislation your right to “Residence Permit and Extension of Residence Permit” is regulated.

It would be correct to proceed from the top of the hierarchy of legal rules to the bottom of the law before determining the legislation. Since the issue in which your right is violated is the request for “extension of residence permit”, this issue is within the scope of the right of settlement.

According to Article 23 of the Constitution; Everyone has the freedom of establishment and travel.

In Article 24 of the Law on Foreigners and International Protection; Residence permits can be extended by the governorates. Its provision is included. In addition, in Article 25 of the Law; “Rejection of the residence permit request, non-extension or cancellation of the permit shall be notified to the foreigner or his/her legal representative or lawyer. The notification also includes how the foreigner can effectively use their right to object to the decision and other legal rights and obligations in this process. rule is included.

In the second paragraph of Article 29 of the Regulation on the Implementation of the Law on Foreigners and International Protection; “The decision to reject, cancel or not extend the residence permit application is notified to the foreigner or his/her legal representative or lawyer.” provision is included.

In article 80 of the Law; “An objection can be made to the International Protection Evaluation Commission within ten days from the notification of the decision by the person concerned or his/her legal representative or lawyer. However, only judicial action can be taken against the decisions made in accordance with Articles 68, 72 and 79.” provision is included. In Article 99 of the Regulation; “With the exception of administrative detention, inadmissible application and expedited evaluation decisions, an objection can be made to the International Protection Evaluation Commission within ten days from the notification of the decision against the administrative decisions regarding the international protection application.” In the first paragraph of Article 101, the applicant or his lawyer or legal representative may apply to the authorized administrative court against the inadmissible application and expedited evaluation decisions, within fifteen days from the notification of the decision. Applications made to the court are finalized within fifteen days. The decision of the court on this matter is final.” In the second paragraph of the article, it is stated that ” Any administrative decisions other than administrative detention, inadmissible applications and expedited evaluation decisions can be appealed to the administrative court within thirty days from the notification of the decision.” provision has been made.

In our example, the legislative provisions that need to be determined first in order to resolve the legal problem of “Rejection of the Application for Residence Permit Extension” are as above. According to the legislation, two ways are presented. The first is to appeal to the International Protection Valuation Commission, and the second is to file a lawsuit at the Administrative Court.

The part after this process is even more complicated. Because, in order to file a lawsuit in the Administrative Court and follow the litigation process, you need to know the Administrative Procedure Law No. 2577. Issues such as how to write a lawsuit petition, which administrative court the lawsuit will be filed in, and what to do if the lawsuit is rejected are regulated in this law. In addition, the fees you have to pay while filing a lawsuit and the amount are regulated in the Fees Law No. 492.

Apart from the laws and regulations that we have briefly given here, there are dozens of other legislative provisions that you need to know and research in order to solve your legal problem of “Rejection of the Application for Extension of Residence Permit”.

Legislation research in Turkey can be done on the website of “https://www.mevzuat.gov.tr/“, which is the Presidential Legislation system. However, it will not be easy for a non-jurist person who wants to solve his legal problem on his own to reach the provisions of the legislation we have given above. It is very difficult for a non-lawyer to determine the effective date of laws and which law or legislative provision should be applied to his or her legal case. If this person does not know the Turkish language, it is almost impossible to accurately determine what to do.

The legislation in the Turkish legal system is very complex. It would be more accurate to express this as follows; The number of laws in force in the Republic of Turkey is unknown. Besides the laws, the number of regulations, communiqués and circulars is also unknown. Temporary articles in some laws may prevent the implementation of the article brought to solve your legal problem, and you may not realize it. Even if some laws have been repealed and amended, some provisions of the old law may still be applied. Again, you may not know this.

For all these reasons, getting help from lawyers and law firms whose profession is enforcing laws and resolving legal disputes will help you save time, effort and money.

By the way, it is useful to remind the following: to give opinions in legal matters and legal matters, to sue and defend the rights of real and legal persons before the court, arbitrator or other bodies having jurisdiction, to follow legal proceedings, to submit all documents pertaining to these matters. Editing is solely the responsibility of the lawyers registered with the bar association. (Article 35 of the Law on Advocacy)

Lawyers are the only people you need to know about legal matters. We recommend that you stay away from companies and people who claim to help you resolve disputes, provide information or help you in legal matters. Because if you get help from people who are not lawyers in your legal issue, your legal problem may not be resolved. There may be different sanctions against you due to misinformation.

Why Should You Work With A Lawyer? And What Should I Consider When Choosing A Lawyer? By reading our articles, you can examine our other opinions and recommendations on this subject.

Can I Follow My Own Case Personally in the Turkish Legal System?

Before answering the question of whether I can pursue my own case in the Turkish legal system, the following issue should be clarified; What is the type of your case? In which jurisdiction is your case heard?

If your case is a criminal case; then the following question needs to be answered; What is your title of party in the lawsuit?

If your title of party in the criminal case is “Participant”, then you can follow your case yourself. However, there are exceptions.

If your title of party in the criminal case is “Defendant”, then the situation will change.
The accused child, who is dragged into crime, is so disabled or deaf and dumb that he cannot defend himself,
If he is a person who is on trial for crimes whose lower limit is more than five years in prison, he cannot follow his case personally. A lawyer is appointed to follow the case of necessity.

If your case is a civil, administrative or tax case; You can open your case yourself and follow the whole litigation process yourself.

However, in solving all your legal problems, we recommend that you seek help from lawyers and law firms that provide professional services in solving legal problems.

What is the Criminal Case in the Turkish Law System?

The criminal case in the Turkish Law System is a case filed by the Public Prosecutor’s Office against people who violate the provisions of the Turkish Criminal Code if there is sufficient suspicion of a crime. The purpose of the Criminal Code is to protect human rights and freedoms, public order and security, the rule of law, public health and the environment, public peace and prevent the commission of crimes. The Public Prosecutor prepares an indictment after conducting the investigation. Then, the court accepts the indictment and a criminal case is opened. Because of all criminal cases are public cases, people cannot file criminal cases.

The general courts that deal with criminal cases are the heavy penal court and the criminal court of first instance. The special courts that deal with criminal cases are the children’s court, the children’s criminal court and the criminal court of intellectual and industrial rights.

What is the Civil Case in the Turkish Law System?

Civil cases are cases that arise when a violation of rights occurs in people’s relations with each other that does not be within Criminal Law’s area of interest . Civil cases are divided into three. These are; action of performance, declaratory action and formative cases. In the action of permance , the plaintiff asks that the defendant be sentenced to give, do or not do something. The declaratory action is a case filed to determine the existence or absence of a legal relationship. In the formative cases, the plaintiff asks the court to make a decision that will terminate or change an existing legal relationship or create a new one.

The general courts that deal with civil cases are the court of peace and the court of first instance. The special courts are the commercial court of first instance, the family court, the employment court, the intellectual and industrial rights court, the executive court, the cadastral court and the consumer court.

What are the Administrative Suit and the Tax Case in the Turkish Law System?

Administrative cases are lawsuits filed against the actions of the administration. Administrative cases are divided into three. These are the nullity suit , full remedy action and cases related to disputes arising between the parties due to the administrative contracts. The nullity suit is a lawsuit filed by persons whose right to cancel has been violated due to one of the aspects of the authority, form, reason, subject and purpose of the administration’s actions, as well as due to violation of the law. Full remedy action are cases filed by people whose personal rights have been directly violated due to administrative actions and actions. In cases of full remedy action, people ask the administration for the fulfillment of their violated rights or compensation for the damage they have suffered. Arising from an administrative contract are cases related to disputes arising between the parties arising from any administrative contract concluded for the performance of one of the public services. Administrative cases are heard in administrative courts and tax courts, as well as in district administrative courts and the Council of State.

The tax case is a lawsuit filed in civil disputes arising between the state and individuals due to a tax debt. Tax administrations initiate the taxation process with a description and end it with a collection process. Description and collection transactions are administrative transactions. Citizens whose rights have been violated have the right to file a lawsuit against administrative actions taken on the description or collection. Tax cases are heard in the tax courts.

What is the Administrative Application in the Turkish Law System?

The administrative application is that before filing a lawsuit against administrative actions, the removal, reinstatement, modification, or new administrative action may be requested from the higher authority or the authority that made the action within the time limit for filing a lawsuit. The administrative application does not depend on any form. The administrative application stops the time for filing a lawsuit. If the application is explicitly rejected or deemed to have been rejected, the case filing period begins to process again. The application against the decisions of the administration must be submitted within two months.

Frequently Asked Questions about Lawyers and Law Firms

What Does the Lawyer Do?

The lawyer defends the rights of natural and legal persons and also guides his clients from a legal and legal point of view. The lawyer considers the interests of his client. Conducts and concludes transactions related to the follow-up of cases and legal processes. Declares a legal opinion on legal issues. Takes legal measures to protect the interests of the institution and prevent disputes. It ensures that agreements and contracts are made in accordance with the principles.

What is the Lawyer’s Fee?

The lawyer’s fee is the equivalent of the lawyer’s case, work and transactions until the final verdict is obtained for his client. With the knowledge of a lawyer, he provides his client with legal advice and receives a fee in return. It is a legal obligation to pay a lawyer a fee. Lawyers are prohibited from receiving fees under the amounts set out in the minimum wage tariff for lawyers announced by the bar.

Does the Lawyer Not Receive His/Her Fee from the Counter Party?

The lawyer receives the fee determined according to the minimum wage tariff from the counter party if he wins the case. But this fee is not the equivalent of the lawyer’s labor and the service that he provides to his client. In addition, the lawyer cannot receive this fee if the case is lost. A lawyer who conducts all the work and transactions of his client must receive a fee from his client that is not below the minimum tariff.

What is a Power of Attorney?

A power of attorney is a written document that a person authorizes another person to act on his behalf. The power of attorney can be general or limited. The power of attorney agreement is a bilateral agreement. A lawyer needs the power of attorney for conducting clients business and filing the clients lawsuit. It is not possible to practice as a lawyer without a power of attorney.

Where is the Power of Attorney Issued?

The power of attorney is issued at Notaries’ Offices. Those who live abroad can have a power of attorney issued by the Turkish Consulates.

Can a Lawyer Issue a Power of Attorney in Turkey?

The lawyer does not have the authority to issue a power of attorney in Turkey. It is mandatory to issue it at notaries.

Can the Lawyer Provide Guarantees For The Case in Turkey?

The lawyer can never guarantee that he will win the case. The lawyer explains to his client which path should be followed in the dispute, the risks in the case or the possibility of winning. Even if the lawyer follows all the procedures necessary to win the case, it is never a guarantee that he will win the case. Because the judge, not the lawyer, makes the decision in the case.

Why Does the Lawyer Ask for Expenses?

The attorney’s fee does not include the legal fees and expenses. There are legal fees and some other cost items that must be paid to initiate enforcement proceedings or file a lawsuit. The lawyer also receives expenses from his client in order to cover these items. A lawyer should be transparent with his client about where he is spending the money he receives on these costs and fees and tell his client exactly where the money is being spent.

Are There Any Rules That a Lawyer Should Follow?

Every lawyer is obliged to comply with the Professional Rules of the Turkish Bar Association and its obligations in the Law of Lawyers.A lawyer has responsibilities to his client. There are obligations of the lawyer so that to inform his client, obligation of loyalty to his client, the obligation to perform his work diligently and personally, the obligation not to withdraw from the power of attorney at an inappropriate time, the obligation to follow the most reliable way while protecting the interests of the client, obligation to guide and advise his client, to hold his client accountable and to keep his client’s secrets. If the lawyer does not comply with the professional rules or the law and damages his client, his client can compensate him for his damage by suing him.

What Happens If I Don’t Pay My Lawyer’s Fee?

In accordance with the attorney’s agreement between the lawyer and his client, the client owes the lawyer the attorney’s fee. In addition, the lawyer is entitled to an attorney’s fee by submitting his/her power of attorney to the case file indicating that he/she is acting as his/her client’s attorney even if he/she does not have an attorney’s agreement. In case of non-payment of the lawyer’s fee, the lawyer can file a lawsuit and receive the lawyer’s fee together with the interest.

What is a Law Firm?

A law firm is an area where lawyers carry out their professional activities and provide public services. In law offices, which we can also call law offices, lawyers provide consulting services to individuals or legal entities and conduct case tracking of their clients.

What Should I Look for When Choosing a Lawyer or Law Firm?

When choosing a lawyer, you should pay attention to whether he is an expert in his field, listens to you and understands you, is transparent with you, is an experienced and honest person. It is also important to lawyer has a good and solid team. It is important for your case whether lawyer has a high communication capacity and a result-oriented person. You should pay attention to the availability of your lawyer and whether he explains the situation well to you. The lawyer needs to own your case. We recommend that you work with a lawyer who never gives guarantees. In addition, you need to rely on lawyers legal knowledge, not on whether he beauty of the lawyer’s office or he has a lot of money. Having good communication with your lawyer and knowing that you will get answers when you ask him the questions you have in mind will comfort you and increase your confidence in him.

What Does Dismissal Mean?

The removal of the authority given to the attorney by the client is called dismissal. With the dismissal, the power of attorney between the parties is terminated and canceled. The right of dismissal can only be exercised by the client, but in agreements where the power of attorney will remain valid after death, the right of dismissal will also pass to the heirs as a result of the client’s death. It is also possible for the attorney to be dismissed only in terms of certain powers, not completely. This is called partial dismissal.

Dismissal is a document that cancels the contract between the client and the attorney and dismisses the attorney. It is possible to terminate the power of attorney unilaterally. The client does not have to rely on a reason for dismissing the attorney. However, the existence of a justification and the proper progress of the process are important in terms of not having negative consequences for the dismissal. In cases where the attorney is at fault, justifiable dismissal may be mentioned. As soon as the declaration of dismissal reaches the attorney, the authority of the attorney ends.

Can I Have Multiple Lawyers?

According to Article 75 of the Code of Civil Procedure; “If more than one attorney is assigned for the case, each of the attorneys can use the powers arising from the attorney independently from the other. Limitations to the contrary are invalid for the other party.

It is possible that you have more than one lawyer. In fact, there is no limit in this regard. If you have more than one lawyer, each lawyer will be able to use his/her powers arising from the power of attorney independently from other lawyers. The point to be noted here is: If you have one lawyer and are going to represent another lawyer, you must notify the person who is your current lawyer and get his or her approval. Although this is not a necessity, it is important in terms of its possible consequences. Carrying out this action without the consent of your current attorney will result in the attorney leaving the power of attorney for justification and entitlement to the full fee.

What Does the Bar Mean?

According to the Turkish Language Association, a bar association is the professional organization of lawyers in a region or city. Bar Associations; to meet the common needs of lawyers, to develop the legal profession, to ensure honesty and trust in the relations of lawyers with each other and with clients; are professional organizations in the nature of public institutions that carry out works to defend and protect the professional order, morality, dignity, rule of law, human rights, have legal personality and continue their work according to democratic principles. Bar associations are subject to financial and administrative control. Articles 76 and 133 of the Attorneyship Law contain regulations regarding bar associations.

Bar associations can be established in every city center with at least 15 lawyers. Lawyers in places where there is no bar association can be affiliated with the nearest bar or a bar can be established by combining places where there is no bar association. All bar associations in Turkey are affiliated to the Türkiye Barolar Birliği (Union of Turkish Bar Associations) and Türkiye Barolar Birliği is affiliated to the Ministry of Justice.

How can I request a lawyer from the Bar Association?

Requesting a lawyer from the bar association is to request legal aid in accordance with the principle of fair trial. Bar associations have legal aid for those who need legal assistance but are not financially able to benefit from legal services. By requesting legal aid to the bar association in your province or region, you can request an attorney to be appointed free of charge.

The fee to be paid to the legal aid lawyer is determined according to the attorney’s minimum fee schedule and is made by the bar association on your behalf. In addition, persons who received legal aid application will be exempted from litigation fees and expenses. If the person who received legal aid as a result of the lawsuit or follow-up is found to be wrong, he/she will have to pay the trial expenses and advances. If deemed appropriate, this payment can be made by dividing it into monthly equal installments for a period of one year.

You can learn the documents required for legal aid from the website or contact addresses of the bar association to which you will apply. E.g; Istanbul Bar Association Legal Aid Office requests a certificate of poverty to be obtained from the headman, a certificate of residence to be obtained from the headman, a photocopy of the identity card, and a photocopy of the documents required for the case.

Frequently Asked Questions about BAL Law Office

Where is BAL Law Office?

BAL Law Office is located in Bakirkoy, Istanbul. Our address is; Ataköy 7-8-9-10. District Nivo Ataköy B Block D:99 Bakırköy Istanbul

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In Which Fields of Law Does BAL Law Firm Provide Services?

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What are the Terms of Service of BAL Law Office?

At BAL Law Office, all legal services are provided in accordance with our working principles. Our lawyers aim to be complete and impeccable in terms of information in all legal services they offer, and they strive for this. It is one of our principles to provide you with the most accurate and complete information in our services.

Another principle of ours is about the relationship of trust. It is our priority that the relationship we establish with our clients and our client candidates is based on trust, and that all the services we provide are transparent and open.

Service based on experience is a very important principle in professional life. We believe that the quality of the service offered and the experience are directly related. Our law firm has the necessary experience in all its services.

What are the Legal Services BAL Law Firm Provides to its Clients?

BAL Law Firm provides services in all areas of law.

Our legal services categorized by our office;

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How Can I Contact BAL Law Office Lawyers?

You can meet with the lawyers of our law firm by coming to our office during working hours or via their contact addresses. Due to the hard work of our lawyers, we recommend that you make an appointment before the interview. To make an appointment, you can call our law firm’s contact number +902127410627 or send an e-mail to info@ballawoffice.com

Our working hours are between 07.00 – 21.00 on weekdays, 10.00 – 18.30 on Saturdays and 10.00 – 12.00 on Sundays.

I want to work with BAL Law Firm. What should I do?

If you have decided to work with BAL Law Office, first of all, you need to make an attorney agreement with our attorney(s) that you want to represent you. The attorneyship contract is the contract in which the attorney undertakes to provide certain legal services and in return, the client undertakes the amount agreed by the parties. With this contract, an attorney-client relationship is established.

After the attorney agreement is concluded, you must give a notary power of attorney to your attorney. With this power of attorney, your lawyer is given certain powers for the works he/she can do on your behalf, the cases he/she will follow and representation. The person who wants to give a power of attorney should go to the notary with his/her identity card or passport, explain for which job he/she wants to give power of attorney and have the power of attorney issued in accordance with his/her request.

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