AŞIKOĞLU LAW OFFİCE | Crime Of Executive and Bankrupcty 3
Aşıkoğlu started his position as the Alanya Public Prosecutor in 2009 and continued until 2013 when he quit his position to initiate his career as an attorney at law.
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Crime Of Executive and Bankrupcty 3

Crime Of Executive and Bankrupcty 3

Avoidance Of Child Delivery

In order to prevent the delivery of child crime; a court decision or interim decision must be made in the delivery of children and the party decided in his favor should have applied to the enforcement office for child delivery. The person who is obliged to deliver the child according to the verbal or interim decision does not show the child during the fulfillment of this decision or if he / she misses the child after the decision of the court or the execution of the interim decision, he shall be punished in accordance with the law. In addition, the person who participates in the kidnapping of the child by knowing this crime is punished.

The offense of avoiding child delivery shall be followed in the event of a court decision in favor of the person or the other party complaining.

In the judgment of conviction for the avoidance of the delivery of the child, the punishment given in the case of the fulfillment of the debt, ie the delivery of the child, shall fall with all its consequences.

the execution court of the Court of Justice in charge of the crime, the competent court where the execution of the court is located.

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