POWER OF ATTORNEY REGARDING THE TRANSACTIONS TO BE MADE IN THE DEED

According to Article 89 of the Notary Law, the power of attorney that requires action in the title deed must be made in the form of "arrangement". If a power of attorney is to be issued in Turkey, the procedure in the form of arrangement is drawn up by the notary public, in case the power of attorney is issued abroad this will be done at the request of the person concerned. For this reason, the said transactions (business papers) can only be issued upon the application of the person concerned, together with the identity card, valid passport and two recently taken passport photos. Power of attorney issued by the competent authority of that country in a foreign country cannot be accepted in Turkey unless approved by the Turkish consulate in that foreign country. In a foreign country, the power of attorney issued directly by the competent authority of that country must be approved by the Turkish Consulate and political officers in that foreign country. The said certification annotation is called 'Apostille Convention'.