power of attorney in turkey

As of July 7, 2023, the fees for the judiciary, notary, tax court, land registry and cadastre, consulate, passport, residence permit, work permit, work permit exemption, visa, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs certification have been increased by 50%, as per Presidential Decision No. 492 published in the Official Gazette.
As a result of this increase, the fees for us to apply to the Turkish court and complete the notarization process in Turkey for court documents, especially power of attorney in Turkey, will also increase accordingly.

If you have any questions about giving a power of attorney to someone in Turkey or dealing with Turkish notaries in Turkey, please contact us. Our Turkish lawyers in London and Turkey would be happy to assist you with your inquiries.


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