It is not a must to submit a document for sending a warning letter yet it is advisable to attach at least a copy of the document showing the debt amount in the dispute, such as written contract, invoice, promissory notes etc.
In Turkey, warning letters should be issued at a Notary Public and be sent through a Notary. The wording of the warning letter must be in Turkish, thus the grounds of the demand and the supporting documents in a foreign language must be translated into Turkish by a certified sworn translator.
For initiating an enforcement action without judgement, the applicant should submit the enforcement request, the payment order, the bank receipts showing the Creditor paid the fees and expenses. Submitting the evidencing documents is not obligatory but recommended in case of debtor’s further challenges to the payment order.
For initiating an enforcement action with judgement, an approved and legalized copy of a judgement must be submitted to Bailiff’s Office apart from submitting the enforcement request, payment order and bank receipts showing the Creditor paid the fees and expenses.
If the creditor is represented by an attorney, the PoA must also be submitted to Bailiff’s Office to start the action.
For initiating a lawsuit against the Debtor, petition, duly notarized, apostilled, or legalized evidencing documents, bank receipts showing the Creditor paid the fees and expenses must be submitted to the court.
During the litigation, the Judge may require additional documents.
If the creditor is represented by an attorney, the PoA must also be submitted to the Court to start the litigation.