First Constitutional Court, after the Board of the Unification of Case Laws of the Supreme Court decided that; immaterial compensation in favor of the cheated spouse cannot be requested from the lover of the cheating spouse. ...
In the case of death of consumer, who uses a mortgage credit, the bank must inform the customer about the insurance of the credit debt in order to protect the wife/husband and the children of consumer. The bank must prove that the obligation to inform is fulfilled, otherwise ...
The banks attract public attention, after the statement of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's statement on credit payments, "Credit card payments will be delayed until the end of June” which is made to alleviate the effect of the Coronavirus on the economy. While many banks only postponed credit debts, some banks stated that they would also offer the possibility to postpone the credit card debts. Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak demanded from individuals to complain banks that they do not postpone credit card debt and credit debt to the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA).
The use of social media by internet users brought along hate speech. These hate speeches attract great public reaction. It is requested by the public to take some steps in this regard. German cabinet took an important step by preparing a bill requiring major social media platforms to report hate speech to the police.
Since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, significant works have been carried out on the protection of human rights at the international level and specifically the prohibition of torture. However, the interpretation of the definition of the torture needs to be redefined more clearly and specifically.
Corona latest situation about the virus outbreak is curious by Turkey and the world community. The death toll is growing rapidly worldwide, especially in Italy. Minister of Health in Turkey Fahrettin Koca, made last-minute sharing in his Twitter account and used the following phrases: "After the first case described, the total number of incident are forty seven."
Within the scope of the measures coronavirus in Turkey, Turkish students and tourists from nine European countries with flight restrictions today will be brought to Turkey by private expeditions. Everyone who have come from Europe will be quarantined for 14 days.
'Law on the Protection of Personal Data No. 6698', which has been pending for many years in Turkish Law System and entered into force after being published on 7 April 2016, is intended to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals, especially the privacy of private life in the processing of personal data and to regulate the obligations and rules to be complied with by real person and legal entity in processing personal data.
Exemption limit is imposed on green (private) and gray (service) passports, which can be traveled to European countries without a visa. These passport holders, who can travel to European countries without prior permission and processing, have to register as of 2021. During the registration process, citizens are also required to pay a 7 euro fee in order to obtain an entry permit.