Hello, I read recently that there had been an amendment to the civil code in May 2007 to allow people to disinherit siblings from their estate, please can you confirm if this is true as I know a few people who are interested in this aspect of inheritance law.
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My question concerns property law and the use of a senet.
We paid in full for an apartment in 2006 as we expected the property to be completed and delivered within a couple of months. The reality is the apartment did eventually get finished but tapu has still not been issued as the builder and landowner have been fighting in court over their 'split'.
We were crazy and did not get a contract. The details don't matter as we cannot believe how it happened ourselves. We were given a senet with the builders details on.
There has been so many court sessions we are worn out waiting. We have paid this week to present our senet via a lawyer in Bodrum. We have sent a thousand pounds for this. We are told if we get a refund we will be paying another 6k approximately.
There is another court case Friday and we pray this is it and we can get the tapu and the senet will not be needed but we have to sort it this week as it is 3 years. But I am baffled by the process and what we should expect to pay for the senet to be dealt with and what charges we should expect our lawyer to charge.
Please could you explain what a senet is and how it is honoured? If the builder has since sold the site does he still have to honour the senet?
Thank you, I thought that it was correct, do you have the relevent ammendment clause number and gazette entry date so my friends can quote it to lawyers who may not be quite so well informed!
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What's the regulations about Military service & homosexuality?
I think so too, maybe a few bullet points/spaces might be in order, that way Paul you may get a reply.
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All guys who are at the age of military service(19) are called to the military offices to get examined whether their healthiness are appropriate for getting conscripted. There are some health conditions counted in the concerned law that the candidate guys have to meet in order to join the army. One of these conditions is not being homosexual and the ones who have such sexual tendencies must emphasize it during the examination. These candidates are then taken to the nearest military hospital through the military office for the verification of their sexual identities. They are considered exempt from military service if the result of the hospital report comes positive. Draft dodging is a defined crime in Turkish law, however, a person can not be looked for, arrested, nor punished in this circumstance that his homosexuality gets verified by a health report supplied from a military hospital.
If he hasn't attended the health examinations in the military office at his 19, he will keep getting looked for by the gendarme. What he immediately must do is going to the nearest military office and tell the reason why he can not be drafted in the army. Then he will be taken off the a military hospital and gotten exempted of the military service, provided that he'll take a report of homosexuality.
Hope this helps.