We are a Hungarian company, and we are about to open a Turkish lawyer network platform. Basically it is a job board website for lawyers. The costumers post jobs, and the lawyers can apply to them. The lawyers are paying a monthly subscription fee.
Is it a legal to do in Turkey? (Why is it a question: Code of Lawyers Law No 1136. Article 48, 51, and 55)
We must know if we have to get a Turkish VAT number and collect VAT from our lawyers, plus pay it to the Turkish tax office.
It makes the process kinda difficult, so we hope not.
I uploaded our GDPR. As I know the Turkish regulations (KVKK) are similiar to the European regulations, so it is probably fine. But it must be checked to make sure.
If turns out that it is not legal (task 1), we don't need the other two task. So please give us an offer for the 1. task and the 2., 3. task separately. Or answer the 1. upfront.
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