Law of Cooperatives

Cooperative is the organizations in which people try to cover some economic requirements on the basis of mutual aid and solidarity and they create to cover these requirements. The distinction of cooperatives from other forms of associations is that it is oriented to cover the requirements of different persons who could not cover these requirements individually, rapidly or in a speed in economic sense. Cooperatives ideally encourage people to invest by combining their economic and social potentials. The law of cooperatives has a wide practice area especially in terms of house ownership.

The law of cooperatives is commonly implemented in our office and ELAL Law Office has an experience based on long years in the law of cooperatives just as the case in many practice areas. Our office provides services orienting to resolution of all kinds of problems caused by the law of cooperatives.