Law No. 571/2004 on the protection of personnel from public authorities and other entities reporting breaches of the law;
Law No. 26221 The Organic Hydrocarbon Law No. 26221, and any and all amplifying, regulatory and amending legislation.
Law No. 136/2010: "In order to ensure the traceability of financial flows aimed at preventing criminal infiltration, contractors, direct and indirect subcontractors of the supply chain as well as the concessionaires of public funding, including European funding, for any reason whatsoever, interested in public works, services and supplies must use one or more bank or postal current accounts, opened with banks or with the company Poste Italiane Spa, dedicated, even if not exclusively, to (...)".
Law No. 24 undertakings It will:
Law No. 1618, Consumer Protection Law No. 6502, Turkish Code of Obligations No. 6098, Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102, IATA, IHA, provisions of UFTAA Convention, Civil Aviation Law, international agreements including Turkey, and this Charter, Regulations, Circulars and Communiqués issued in connection with the internationally recognized Frankfurt Table, the provisions of TÜRSAB Kütahya schedule applicable in Turkey will apply. If the CLIENT has a problem with the SELLER, in case the SELLER cannot resolve the problem, in disputes below 6,920 (six thousand nine hundred and twenty) Turkish Liras, District Consumer Arbitration Committees, in provinces with metropolitan status, between 6,920 (six thousand nine hundred and twenty) Turkish Lira and 10,390 (ten thousand three hundred and ninety) Turkish Lira. Provincial consumer arbitration dispute committees, provincial consumer arbitration committees for disputes up to 10,390 (ten thousand three hundred and ninety) Turkish Lira in provincial centers that are not metropolitan areas, provincial consumer arbitration committees for disputes between 6,920 (six thousand nine hundred and twenty) Turkish Lira in provincial areas that are not metropolitan areas and 10,390 (ten thousand three hundred and ninety) Turkish Lira. Applications to consumer arbitration commissions for disputes in excess of these values are prohibited. Applications may be filed with the Consumer Arbitration Committee and with the Consumer Courts where the consumer is located or where the consumer transaction occurred.