The Case of the personel debt of Contribution
In practice, the so-called “contribution” case is also briefly called
the subject of this case is most often the subject of the previous Civil Code No. 743
during the period when it was in force (01. 01. period before 2002)
immovable property acquired and registered in the title deed on behalf of one of the spouses, traffic
creates motor vehicles registered in the registration offices. Often
3. the decommissioning of immovable property such as field, plot, vineyard, garden, house, shop. from people
it is acquired by purchase and registered in the title deed on behalf of one of the spouses, taken as a land plot and built on it, dec a member of the cooperative and
then the floor easement is established and the floor property is registered to the land registry
is seen. In this case, the non-malik spouse filed a lawsuit against the non-malik spouse
the plaintiff claims the defendant by claiming that he has also contributed to the acquisition, improvement or protection of the property in his possession. Based on the claim of “contribution”, the plaintiff,
the right he can assert against the defendant is a “personal right” in the form of money
it should be aimed at what you will receive. Based on the claim that it was contributed to this
no claim in kind can be made in the case. For example, the plaintiff, on behalf of the defendant
1/2, 1/3 of a certain share of the immovable property, claiming that it contributes to the purchase of the registered real estate, is registered in its name in the title deed
he can’t demand it. The basis of the contribution claim; receipt of the goods subject to the claim,
spent on repairing, improving, protecting and for similar purposes
it can be money, labor, materials. For example, this contribution; the plaintiff gives his salary, salary, self-employment earnings to the defendant, pays bank debt, cooperative membership dues and installments, gives trappings to the defendant
and the like can happen in a lot of different ways.
The legal basis of this case; the provisions of our previous Civil Code No. 743, the provisions of the Code of Obligations and the decisions of the Supreme Court

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