Administrative Law in Bodrum Turkey
The Turkish judicial system makes a general distinction between private civil matters and issues related to the government or state and its administrative units. Accordingly, disputes between individuals or companies with government agencies and regulations relating to issues such as customs, zoning, state sanctions and taxes fall under a special system that is governed by administrative procedures and a separate judicial system. Bodrum Legal Attorneys Office supports all the foreign mandators such as British, English, United Kingdom, Irish, Belgian, Netherland, French, Russian, Austrian, Saudi Arabian, Afghan, Syrian, Algerian, Australian, Azerbaijani, Canadian, Danish, Egyptian, Greek, Indonesian, Iranian, Israeli citizens residing in Bodrum, Yalıkavak, Turgutreis, Kadıkalesi, Torba, Gümbet, Yalıçiftlik, Kızılağaç, Mumcular, Ortakent in administrative matters, such as lifting administrative procedures and sanctions; in the event of objections to decisions by the public procurement authority; the abolition of tax calculations and fines imposed by the tax authorities, tax authorities or customs administrations; in the event of objections to development and housing processes and their legal procedures. Bodrum Attorney At Law represents our foreign mandators such as Israeli, Italian, Japanese, Kazakhstani, Kuwaiti, Lebanese, New Zealand, Norwegian, Philippine, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Swiss, Tunisian, Turkmen, Ukrainian and German citizens residing in Bodrum, Yalıkavak, Turgutreis, Kadıkalesi, Torba, Gümbet, Yalıçiftlik, Kızılağaç, Mumcular or Ortakent before administrative authorities regarding objections, negotiations or approvals, as well as before administrative courts, including the highest administrative appeals court and the State Council for the settlement of disputes.
Bodrum Law Firm also offers antitrust, competition, anti-dumping and customs law. In addition, Bodrum Law Bureau offers representation to various independent regulatory authorities in the Regulatory Services and Independent Agencies area, which overlap with our category of administrative services.