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Old 6th May 2014, 20:24   #1 (permalink)
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Hello. A friend of mine is renting her apartment for 6 months. The tenant is asking for a tenancy agreement so they can apply for a visa. I have heard it is possible to obtain one at a stationers but have also been told these are not accepted.
Also heard landlord has to give some bank details. Friend is not arriving until weekend but any help in advance is appreciated.
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Hello. A friend of mine is renting her apartment for 6 months. The tenant is asking for a tenancy agreement so they can apply for a visa. I have heard it is possible to obtain one at a stationers but have also been told these are not accepted.
Also heard landlord has to give some bank details. Friend is not arriving until weekend but any help in advance is appreciated.
Thanks in advance,Derek.
My last year in Turkey I had a rental agreement. I got one of those that you are on about, I took it to a solicitor friend of mine who said "don't use it". By all accounts it heavily favours the landlord. My friend done one for me in English & Turkish (I told her what to put). The Turkish one I then had notarised. Obviously lawyer wise it cost me nothing, not sure how much the Notary charged me. A good independent friend could write it or a translator (thinking of the cost). Obviously the landlord needs to be involved because his details have to be included.
I renewed my residency off it, so it does work.

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So if my friend goes to a notary they will write one in English and Turkish?
Would the one from the stationers be legal for visa?
She is only here for a week on holiday so will not have much time for trailing around.
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So if my friend goes to a notary they will write one in English and Turkish?
Would the one from the stationers be legal for visa?
She is only here for a week on holiday so will not have much time for trailing around.
That's not the way to go, the Notary only stamps prepared documents, it needs to be written first then handed to him. The Notary will give you phone numbers for translators.
As for the ones from the stationers, they are all in Turkish......you friend really should know what she is signing & agreeing to. Also those ones have a lot of space for the landlords details, which they loathe to give. Cost is about 1 Lira for a couple, will they stand up for a residency? Should do if Notarised.

Take into account that Turkey never seems to conformity on issues like this. One area can be so different to others.
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So if my friend goes to a notary they will write one in English and Turkish?
Would the one from the stationers be legal for visa?
She is only here for a week on holiday so will not have much time for trailing around.
If she applies for a residency visa she will sign that she will not leave Turkey until she gets one.
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If she applies for a residency visa she will sign that she will not leave Turkey until she gets one.
Sorry but I do not know anything about that situation.
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Re: Tenancy agreement

I believe this application will be made in Bodrum?...If so then the Deniz Polis will make you sign a sheet of paper stating that you cannot leave Turkey while your application is being processed and until you receive your new residency i.d. card.
On the subject of renting,you need to go to any stationers and get a standard rental agreement,fill it in ,in Turkish,not one word must be in English. You then go to a Noter & get it notorized.The one i use for applicants is no.2 in Bodrum opposite Ataturk Caddesi they charge just 70tl.
One important point,when signing the rental agreement, at the bottom of the 3rd page make sure you the tenant[s] sign in the middle & the landlord signs on the right hand side.Do not let anyone sign on the left as that is for a guarantor,if there is a signature there the notary fee will be over 250tl.
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My friend is not applying for reseidency visa. Her tenants need a tenancy agreement for them to apply for visa. Thanks for all your help. I will email link to my friend.Derek.
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