Arbitration & ADR, Turkey updates

Unbreakable deadlock in consumer disputes: mandatory mediation and solution proposals
Gün + Partners
  • Turkey
  • 11 June 2020

Bill 2/2735, which has been presented to the president of the Grand National Assembly, proposes that actions filed directly before the consumer courts be subject to mandatory mediation before proceeding to court adjudication. This article examines Turkey's success with regard to the fair and swift resolution of consumer disputes and explores how the bill can add to this success.

One last step before litigating your commercial receivables: mandatory mediation
Gün + Partners
  • Turkey
  • 07 February 2019

Mandatory mediation for commercial disputes was recently introduced by the Law on Legal Procedures to Initiate Proceedings for Monetary Receivables arising out of Subscription Agreements. As a result, an application for mediation is a condition for bringing a legal action before the courts, and a case will be dismissed on procedural grounds if the claimant in a commercial action fails to fulfil this obligation.

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