Can any one explain to me the meaning of 'icra'?
I paid a so called friend (English woman married to Turkish man) money for an apartment in Turkey.
I constantly asked for an agreement by notary but they made excuses.
After decorating and furnishing the property I changed the locks as they had keys and returned home.They broke, in changed locks and put iron,outside on windows and doors.
I took police but as I could not show any documents they could not help.
Lawyer and court has obtained from the husband a reply to court admitting he owes me money.
Now the land that the properties are on will go for sale to get
back my money.
The court has been opened.the land is being valued and will go to public auction.
This is where I hear the word 'icra'.What is a full meaning of it and will I get my money back.What about expenses?
Lawyers fees?My furniture and house contents?
I would appreciate a reply.Thankyou.
In fact you have already answered your question in your own message.
After court decreed that he owns you some money, if he doesnt pay it at will, you appeal to a public authority (called "İcra") to "force" him to pay you. If he does not, this authority confiscates his assets, sells them in auctions and pays you. (This process is also called "icra").
What "İcra" will pay you is the amount of money the court decreed (and interest and some "icra" expenses). You'll get a small fee for having a lawyer, but this is no way on par with what you paid to your lawyer, so practically answer is no, you will not get lawyer fee.
to whom it may concern
"icra" is a term in turkish law used for enforcement
as the men has accepted that he owes you money in the court
icra is the procedure that follows the court's decision for you to get your money from him.First the Bailiff office sends him a bill and gives him a period of time either to pay his debt or tell the office that he doesn't have to pay for some legal reason
At the end of the period the bailiff office goes to his home or office to force him to pay if he doesn't pay buy then they chose another path to collect your money.Like they are doing at the moment;sell his properties.You take your money back and the lawyer fees and the other expenses from the properties sale.If the property may not be enough to cover all these the bailliff office will look for other properties that belongs to the debtor.But you or your attorney has to instruct the bailiff office
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