City Council Of Kusadasi

#22
Hi and welcome. I was wondering where we were standing on the project of having a pedestrian road along the marina. The new road does now exist and could handle the trafic. Is the project still under way? If yes, any idea around which date the works should start and how long it should take? Thx.
 
#23
Recieved Tapu for our property at Ladies Beach this July,needless to say the
discussion re. wills took place .What is the position re. wills made in Ireland ( assume UK is similar) and property in Turkey.
Do wills made outside Turkey hold any water re Turkish property,got various opinions but all are a little ambiguous.
Any advice appriciated.
 
#27
Dear Palis,

As far as we know it will make local roads and pavements. We estimate, they will have a new project made on the subject that you said.

The subject will be presented to public by the municipality in case of realizations.

If you have got a new question. You can directly ask to The Municipality for details as well.
 
#28
Paul & Karen;280442 said:
Recieved Tapu for our property at Ladies Beach this July,needless to say the
discussion re. wills took place .What is the position re. wills made in Ireland ( assume UK is similar) and property in Turkey.
Do wills made outside Turkey hold any water re Turkish property,got various opinions but all are a little ambiguous.
Any advice appriciated.
Until Turkish forced heirship laws change your will is not worth the paper it is written on unless it complies with the current forced heirship they are

75% of all property and assets to your children 25% to your spouse, if you have a will or not you have to go via the Turkish courts and this is what they will do with your Turkish Property, Also if a property owner is a foreign national and dies abroad you must notify the Turkish courts within 180 days if you dont the Turkish government will take the property for themselves, Dont think they wont it happened to an Irish Family 2 years ago this is fact.
 
#30
deanlo;280607 said:
What if the Tapu has 2 names on it and 1 dies.

Dean
Simple same as above 75% of their property to the children so

villa 50% share 75% to the children 25% to the spouse so now the spouse owns 62.5% of the villa and the children 37.5%
 
#32
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Dear Palis,

As far as we know it will make local roads and pavements. We estimate, they will have a new project made on the subject that you said.

The subject will be presented to public by the municipality in case of realizations.

If you have got a new question. You can directly ask to The Municipality for details as well.
Ok, no timeframe estimation but the project is still of actuality. Thanks.
 

AlanK

Connoisseur
#33
The Foreigners and Senior Citizens Assembly meeting will be held on Friday (Tomorrow), 01 April 2011 at 16.00 at the old building of ADU University (meeting room 301 ).

Agenda

1. Kusadasi Municipality Call Center and Foreigners Desk,
2. Questions, answers about property and inheritance legal status ( Lawyer Mr.Boran AYDIN )
3. Land registry office visit


Best regards

KUŞADASI KENT KONSEYİ
The City Council of Kuşadası

Dear All,

Kusadasi City Council has been registered on kusadasi.biz forum by name "City Council"

Also, you may join to Kuşadası Kent Konseyi facebook official page as our freind. We invite you to join us.

Meanwhile, Kusadasi City Council Foreigners Assembly continues it's meetings regularly.

An Invitation for our foreigner citizens who live in Kusadasi.

Best Regards,

Kuşadası Kent Konseyi/City Council
 

AlanK

Connoisseur
#38
Minutes of the meeting of the Kuşadası Kent Konseyi Foreigners' Assembly held at 16:00 Friday 1 April 2011 at the old university.
There were 28 members present, British, Belgian and Turkish. Also present was Ekrem Çankırlı, Secretary General of Kuşadası Kent Konseyi. The meeting was opened by our chairman, Battal Oğuz. Jean-Paul Peters, acting as interpreter, introduced a supervisor from the newly-established Kuşadası Call Centre. The call centre operates 24/7 and exists to deal with complaints and requests from residents and holiday makers about the following: electricity and water supplies; rubbish collection and street cleaning; physical, visual or noise pollution; burst pipes and water leakages; stray dogs; roadworks; and anything else under the control of the Belediye.
The call centre may be contacted either by telephone (4449232) or e-mail (cagrimerkezi@kusadasi.bel.tr). All calls are recorded. The call centre staff will contact the relevant department for an answer and then call the enquirer with the result of their complaint or request. There are always English-speaking staff on duty.
Next, Boran Aydın spoke in some detail about Turkish laws and procedures concerning the buying and selling of real estate and about wills and inheritance laws. The best way to buy property is for the buyer and seller to attend a notary together, with an approved interpreter, if necessary. Boran then took questions from the floor. He recommended that foreigners should not make Turkish wills but should make wills in their native countries. These wills would be valid in Turkey and would be executed in accordance with the deceased person's wishes and would over-ride the Turkish forced inheritance law. Certain fees and charges payable to the government are fixed by law but the fees charged by agents for their work vary considerable and buyers should determine these fees before entering into any commitments. They should also research the reputation of the agent.
Ekrem then asked for a vote to require that the Chamber of Commerce publishes a scale of maximum fees to be charged by emlaks and tapu agents in property transactions. The motion was carried unanimously.
Dilek distributed summaries of the Turkish legal system, property purchasing procedures, power of attorney, Turkish wills and inheritance, lists of notaries and avocats in Kuşadası and details of the call centre.
Battal proposed that Dilek be appointed Secretary to the Committee. The proposal was put to a vote and carried unanimously.
The meeting then moved to the Tapu Office where the Director and Assistant Director explained the procedures, and answered questions from the floor. Brochures explaining the procedures are readily available at the office in six languages including French, German and English.
Meetings will in future normally be held every four weeks, but because many of the Belgian members will be away touring Kapadokya the next meeting will be held on Friday 13 May, 16:00 hrs at the new university. Topics to be discussed will include municipal taxes and rules of the road.
The meeting closed at 18:00.
 
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