1- A Person with a Full License to Marry: Those who have reached the adult age, that is, those who have reached the age of 18, those who have the ability to distinguish, and people who are not restricted are people with a full license to marry. Such persons can get married without the permission of the court or their parents. (Turkish Civil Code 11 and 13)
Note: Persons who have reached the age of 15 who have been made an adult by the court cannot marry even if they have been made an adult because they have not reached the age of 16.
2- A Person without a Limited License to Marry: Those who are under guardianship or custody because they are restricted even though they are adults and those who have reached the age of seventeen are not legally licensed to marry. This applies to those who have reached the age of 16 and are in a state of emergency.
17-year-olds and adults with disabilities can marry with the permission of their parents (if there is custody or guardianship of a single person, with the consent of a single person). (The consent of the legal representative must be in writing and notarized). If he is getting married for adoption, he will give permission, since custody will again belong to the adopter. (Article 126 and article 127 of the Turkish Civil Code)
Those who have reached the age of extraordinary marriage (16 years and extraordinary situation) can marry with the permission of a judge.
3-A Person Without a Full License to Marry: People who have not reached the age of marriage or people who have reached adulthood but lack the ability to distinguish are not fully licensed in terms of the right to marry. They cannot be married by legal representative or court decision either.