Enforcement and Bankruptcy Proceedings Stopped by Presidential Decree!


Enforcement and Bankruptcy Proceedings Stopped by Presidential Decree! : With the exception of execution proceedings relating to maintenance measures will be taken pursuant to overcome the epidemic area under the influence of Turkey Coronavirus, dorm all execution and bankruptcy proceedings are being conducted in the general stopped until April 30 2020.

work continues measures aimed at preventing coronavirus in Turkey. Various decisions are taken to prevent the coronavirus from adversely affecting the economy. Accordingly, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan signed a decree. Pursuant to this decree, enforcement and bankruptcy proceedings were suspended until April 30, 2020. According to the content of the decree signed by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, enforcement proceedings in return for their alimony receivables are not included.

Decree on Stopping Enforcement and Bankruptcy Proceedings

ARTICLE 1- Within the scope of the measures taken in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 epidemic disease in the People's Republic of China and spread to many countries; From the date of publication of this decision until the date of 30/04/2020, all execution and bankruptcy proceedings related to child support receivables and the periods related to these follow-ups have been stopped and no execution and follow-up procedures have been carried out within this framework. It was decided not to take their demands and to execute and enforce prudential lien decisions.

In cases where the goods or rights that were previously announced by the enforcement and bankruptcy offices remain within the stop dates of the increase day, the sales day is given for these goods or rights after 30/04/2020 without seeking a new request.

In this case, the sales announcement is made only on the National Judicial Network Information System (UYAP) Enforcement Goods Electronic Sales Portal.

ARTICLE 2- This decision comes into force on the date of publication.

ARTICLE 3- The Minister of Justice executes the decisions.

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