Contracts in Turkey

Contracts in Turkey



GUR LAW FIRM’s maritime practice includes providing advice to shipyards, ship owners and banks in preparing, negotiating and drafting contracts for the construction, purchase and sale of vessels, and contracts to finance such operations. Furthermore, the firm provides on-going advice on charter contracts (such as voyage charters, time charters, bareboat charters, and bills of lading, special transports), maritime insurance (hull and machinery), P&I, and all types of maritime proceedings and litigation (ship arrest at any Turkish port, defending cargo claims on behalf of not only Owners and Defence Clubs, but also cargo receivers, preventive lien on vessels, salvage, groundings and wreck removal, general average, cargo claims)


GUR LAW FIRM has vast experience in employment law, both the contractual and contentious aspects thereof.

Our employment team assists both employers and employees in the drafting and negotiation of employment agreements, bonus programs and retirement plans, collective bargaining agreements, non-compete and confidentiality agreements between employers and employees, severance arrangements, outsourcing and sub-contracting agreements.

For more, please visit our page: Employment law services in Turkey


GUR LAW FIRM is recognized as one of the leading law firms in Turkey in energy law, with particular focus on oil and gas sectors. Our attorneys advise governmental authorities as well as major energy companies. Our practice involves both upstream and downstream work and our team has drafted and negotiated numerous contracts relating to the licensing, exploration, production, transportation and sale of oil and gas. We have acted as legal advisor in numerous cross-border energy projects and thus have significant experience at an international level.

For more, please visit our page: Energy law services in Turkey

Regulatory Services
General Regulatory Advice: GUR Law Firm offers advisory services to its clients concerning specifically capital markets, banking, insurance and other financial services and energy market regulations; and recommends solutions concerning transactions, contracts and commercial practices from the perspective of the sectorial regulations.

Administrative Investigations: GUR Law Firm represents its clients in examinations and investigations which are conducted by the regulatory and supervisory authorities; and protects the rights of its clients against unfavorable decisions through filing the necessary administrative appeals or the necessary administrative or civil and criminal court proceedings.

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