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A contract is defined in Turkish law as a legal transaction consisting of mutual and appropriate declarations of will of the parties to produce a certain legal result. The Turkish Constitution guarantees that “everyone has the freedom to work and contract” with its 48th article. Although Turkish law has adopted the principle of freedom of contract as a general principle, many form and content requirements come to the fore for different types of contracts.

Contract law requires sector-specific and technical knowledge as well as legal knowledge and experience. As Mosturoglu | Çopuroğlu Law Office, with our client portfolio operating in many industries such as sports, construction, maritime, energy, consumer products, production, mining, press and broadcasting, and our staff specialized in these sectors, taking into account that each sector has its own needs, we are committed to meeting the needs of our clients and providing them. We have the opportunity to offer private legal consultancy services for your unique needs.

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