Fields of Activity

Attorney Enes TEKER is committed to offer high quality service to his clients in all areas of law with great passion and effort, especially on criminal law, compensation law, labour law, family and inheritance law, commercial law and real estate and zoning law.

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Criminal law

 

It is a department of public law that examines the concepts of criminal law, crime and punishment.

 

Compensation Law

 

Compensation is the price paid in response to pecuniary or non-pecuniary damage caused by an unlawful act. Compensation law covers the elimination of material / moral damage caused by injury, harm and / or damage caused by various situations.

 

Real Estate and Zoning Law

 

Real estate law is a branch of law that covers the legislation on immovable properties. Zoning law deals with regulations governing how a property can and cannot be used in certain geographic areas.

 

Corporate Law

 

Corporate law is a branch of private law that covers the entire process (from creation to liquidation) of a corporation.

 

Negotiable Instruments Law

 

Negotiable instruments law, contains bills of exchange (policy, bond and check), cancellation of negotiable documents and all the issues related to negotiable documents such as plea/defenese of these documents. Negotiable documents are such bills that the right contained in them cannot be claimed and transferred to others separately from the deed.

 

Family and Inheritance Law

 

Family law falls within the scope of civil law and covers family matters. Inheritance law is a branch of private law that deals with testamentary dispositions and what will happen to inheritance properties that exist after death, absence or presumption of death.

 

Labour law

 

It is a mixed law branch that examines issues related to labour law, workers' rights, working conditions, wages, trade unions and employer-employee relations.

 

Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law

 

Enforcement and bankruptcy law deals with how the how debtor transactions are being collected by the state and according to which procedure and how the bankruptcy process works.

 

IT law

 

It deals with information technology regulations, including information law, information processing and the internet. Freedom of expression and privacy are closely related to informatics law.

 

Medical Law

 

Medical law is a branch of law that concerns the privileges and responsibilities of medical professionals and patient rights.

 

International Trade Law

 

International trade law is a branch of law that deals with how contracts and other transactions should be in international trade activities and consists of general principles of law, customary law and national and international regulations.

 

Contract Law

 

Contract law covers the preparation and execution of contracts.

 

Administrative and Tax Law

 

Administrative law is a branch of law that deals with the functioning of the administration for the purpose of public interest and its relations with individuals. Tax law is a sub-branch of financial law, which is included in public law and examines the legal aspects of the state's financial activities.

 

Consumer Law

 

Consumer law is a branch of law that in conformity with the public interest focuses on protecting the health and safety and economic stakes of the consumer, compensating consumer's losses and protecting the consumer from environmental hazards.

 

Insurance Law

 

Insurance law is a branch of private law which deals with contracts in which in return for a premium the insurer is obliged to compensate for a risk that harms a person's interest that can be measured with money or to pay a money or perform other acts due to the life span of one or more persons/some events in their lives.

 

Intellectual and Industrial Property Law

 

Intellectual property law is a branch of law that protects intellectual labor products with economic value. Intellectual property law consists of two main elements: copyrights and industrial property rights.

 
 

Foundations and Associations Law

 

Apart from sharing earnings, the Association refers to the groups of individuals with legal personality formed by continuously combining the knowledge and work of at least seven natural or legal persons in order to achieve a specific and common purpose that is not prohibited by law. Foundation refers to an organization that consists of money and properties donated by individuals in order to provide a service and benefit. Foundations have legal personality and are not for profit. They are established according to the conditions determined by the Civil Code.

Foreigners and Citizenship Law

 

Foreigners law is a branch of law created by the laws of a state or country for foreigners coming to a country. Citizenship law is a branch of law that deals with the issues of nationality and citizenship and their acquisition, transfer and loss.