Procurement of land by outside genuine individual purchasers is controlled by the Land Registry Law. Under the Land Registry Law, remote genuine people can secure land or constrained genuine (rights in rem) property in Turkey, subject to the accompanying confinements: (I) The remote genuine individual must be residents of a nation which the Council of Ministers has resolved to be qualified for secure land in Turkey.2 The Council of Ministers has issued an as of late extended rundown of these nations to Land Registry Offices. (ii) The remote genuine individual's obtaining of land in Turkey can't surpass 30 hectares nation wide, nor would it be able to surpass 10% of the urban zones in a given district.3 The Council of Ministers has watchfulness to build the 30 hectare breaking point by up to 60 hectares.4 (iii) When national interests require, the Council of Ministers has the attentiveness to constrain, entirely or mostly stop, or deny the procurement of land by remote genuine people. The Council of Ministers may practice this prudence dependent on the basis of nation, individual, geological area, span, number of acquisitions, extent, type, trademark, square meter and amount.
If the land falls inside the cutoff points of military prohibited zones, military security zones or vital zones, a license will be required to get this property. The important licenses are acquired from the general staff (genelkurmay başkanlığı), the commanderships designated by the general staff, or the common governorship (vâlilik). If you don't mind note that ongoing corrections compelling from October 14, 2013 imply that military freedom may not be required where the land has just been allowed leeway available to be purchased to an outsider buyer.