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Yayla Altufan Konukçu is a law firm based in Istanbul, Turkey, serving Turkish and international corporations, financial institutions, investors and private clients.

We are committed to client service. We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of legal advice, coupled with practical and effective solutions, drawing on our extensive experience across a variety of market sectors. We make a difference for our clients with:
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18 Sep
Presidential Decision on Extension of Temporary Restrictions Regarding Distribution of Dividends, Reserves and Advance Dividends Regulated Under Article 13(1) of Turkish Commercial Code Numbered 6102 For Additional 3 Months Has Been Published.

The Presidential Decision No. 2948 (“Decision No. 2948”) on the extension of temporary restrictions regarding distribution of dividends, reserves and advance dividends regulated under Article 13(1) of Turkish Commercial Code numbered 6102 (“TCC”) for additional 3 months has been entered into force b…

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30 Jun
Presidential Decision on Extension of Short Term Working Allowance Has Been Published.

The Presidential Decision No. 2706 (“Decision”) on the extension of the short-term working allowance for workplaces for which short-term working allowance is implemented due to the compelling reason within the scope of periodic conditions faced due to external effects arising from Covid-19 pandemic…

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12 Jun
NOTAM On Covid-19 Flight Restrictions Dated 11 June 2020 Has Been Published By The Directorate General Of Civil Aviation.

The new Notam On Covid-19 Flight Restrictions for Turkish Aerodroms (“NOTAM”) has been entered into force on 11 June 2020 via being published by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (“SHGM”). As per to the NOTAM, as of June 11, 2020, 20:59 Utc, all flights to and from Turkish airports shall be…

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