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Understanding Commercial Law in Turkiye: Your Legal Partner for Business Success

Commercial law governs the rights, relations, and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, trade, and sales. Altay Consulting, in collaboration with Ilyasli Law Firm, offers comprehensive commercial law services tailored to meet the diverse needs of businesses in Turkey.

Our commercial law services encompass a wide range of areas, including contract drafting and review, business formation and structuring, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory compliance. Whether you are a small startup or a large corporation, our team of legal experts is committed to providing you with tailored legal solutions that align with your business objectives.

Why work with us?


Our team consists of experienced attorneys who specialize in commercial law and have a deep understanding of the Turkish legal system.

Customized Solutions

We understand that every business is unique, which is why we offer personalized legal solutions that are tailored to meet your specific needs.

Proven Track Record

With a history of successful client outcomes, you can trust us to handle your commercial law matters with professionalism and integrity.

Responsive Communication

We prioritize clear and timely communication, ensuring that you are always informed about the progress of your legal matters.

Cost-Effective Services

We offer competitive pricing and flexible payment options to ensure that our services are accessible to businesses of all sizes.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


The process for registering a business in Turkey involves several steps, including choosing a business name, preparing the necessary documents, and submitting an application to the relevant authorities.

To ensure that your business contracts are legally enforceable, you should seek the advice of a qualified attorney who can review and draft contracts that comply with Turkish laws.

The legal requirements for operating a business in Turkey vary depending on the type of business and industry. However, all businesses must comply with Turkish commercial laws and regulations.

The potential legal risks of not complying with commercial laws in Turkey include fines, legal action from affected parties, and reputational damage.

To protect your intellectual property rights in the commercial sector, you should consider registering your trademarks, patents, and copyrights with the relevant Turkish authorities.

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