1-Ordering rules of law: : where the rule of Law Orders a job to be done or not to be done, on the contrary,
legal sanctions will be faced in the event of a transaction.
2-Additional rules of law: the parties have agreed on important points of the first degree in their contract, but have not regulated other elements of the contract. The rest in this case
the rules of law governing matters are called complementary rules of law. For example, an agreement separated
a couple does not have to comply with the principles of the Civil Code when it comes to sharing goods; but in sharing
if there is a dispute, the relevant provisions of the Civil Code come into play.
3-Interpretive rules of law: a term used in legislation or in a contract made by the parties
they are provisions that express in more detail what they actually mean. As an example; rent in a contract
his fee is due in the middle of the month. But what is the term “mid-month” in the contract
it was not specified. In such a scenario, interpretive rules of law come into play. Accordingly, “middle of the month”
15. his day is clear.
4-Defining legal rules: defining a legal concept and understanding what this concept is
the same law rules. As an example, According to Turkish Civil Code article 19, ” a settlement is where a person sits with the intention of staying permanently.”