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Yes, you will need to have a contract drafted between the seller and purchaser. You will need to appoint a lawyer to draft the contract, which will need to include details of the completion date, payment schedule and terms and conditions of both parties.

Getting your contract notarised - You are strongly advised to get your contact notarized. You will need both a British and Turkish version of the contract (or a bi-lingual contract)
This will ensure the contract is officially accepted by Turkish law and that the terms within the contact are binding for all parties.

Be wary of anyone who does not want to get a contract notarized.


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