Lesson Information

Course Credit 2.0
Course ECTS Credit 2.0
Teaching Language of Instruction Türkçe
Level of Course Associate's Degree, TYYÇ: Level 5, EQF-LLL: Level 5, QF-EHEA: Short Cycle
Type of Course Compulsory
Mode of Delivery Face-to-face
Does the course require compulsory or optional work experience? Z
Course Coordinator
Instructor (s) Assist. Prof. Dr. EVRİM KERMAN|Assist. Prof. Dr. KEMALE LEYLA BİNGÖL
Course Assistant

Purpose and Content

The aim of the course The purpose of this course the student's ability to use language effectively to ensure the application of law, civil and criminal court procedures exemplified correspondence, is to introduce students to the legal text.
Course Content Within this course, everyday language, written language, professional language, legal language concepts, legal correspondence, basic concepts related to the various application examples, civil and criminal cases related to decisions, courts and iicr and Bankruptcy Department used in writing samples, notarized documents and contracts will be examined.

Weekly Course Subjects

1General information about subjects: a- Daily language, b-Written language, c- Professional language, d- Legal parlance terms
2Legal writing features: a- Matters to be considered during the act of writing, b- Abbreviations, c- Names of the basic laws.
3Basic types of petitions: a- Ordinary petitions, b- Content of petitions and writing of petitions.
4Criminal Petitions: a- Contents of a Complaint, b- Some Examples of the Petition, c- Results of regulating deficient complaint, d- Statement of defence and content of it.
5Other Petitions: a- Petitions for debt enforcement and bankruptcy law, b- Petitions for criminal law trials, c- examination of some of the examples of other jurisdictions.
6Official Correspondence Rules: a- Official Scriptures Parts, b- Official Correspondence Procedures
7Types of Judicial Correspondence: a- Protocols, b-Documents, c-Receipts.
8Types of judicial correspondence: a-Reports, b-warrants, c-Instructions.
9Court sentencing: a-The main points required to be in Decisions, b- decisions regarding the civil law.
10Decisions on Criminal Trials, Examples of the application decision.
11Related Searches: a- Circumstances to make announcement, b- Announcement Examples.
12Examples of Bankruptcy: a- follow-up request, b- Executive Order, c- Money Order.
13Notary Transactions: a- Transactions made in the form of confirmation, b- Transactions in the form of regulation.
14Contracts: a- Arrangement of a contract, b- Examples of various contracts.


1-Yılmaz, Ejder: "Adli Yazı ve Yazışma Usulleri" B.3, Ankara 2010
2-Yaz, Burhan: "Kalem Mevzuatı ve Adalet Dairelerinin Denetimi" B.2, Ankara 2009