Mandatory Elements that Must Be Present in the Content of the Lawsuit Petition
In Civil Courts, a lawsuit is filed by filing a petition for a lawsuit. According to the Civil Procedure Code No. 6100, there are some mandatory elements that must be present in the lawsuit petition that will be written to file a lawsuit. These mandatory elements are included in Article 119 of the Code of Civil Procedure No. 6100. It is regulated in the Article. According to the provision of the said article;
Contents of the lawsuit petition
ARTICLE 119- (1) The petition for a lawsuit contains the following points:
a) The name of the court.
b) The name, surname and addresses of the plaintiff and the defendant.
c) The plaintiff’s Republic of Turkey identification number.
d) The name, surname and addresses of the legal representatives of the parties and the plaintiff’s attorney, if any.
d) In cases related to the subject of the case and the rights to its assets, the value of the subject of the case.
e) Open summaries of all cases that are the basis of the plaintiff’s claim under the ordinal number.
f) What evidence will prove each alleged case.
g) The underlying legal reasons.
d) Clearly the result of the request.
h) Signature of the plaintiff, his legal representative or deputy, if any.
(2) If the matters other than subparagraphs (a), (d), (e), (f) and (g) of the first paragraph are missing, the judge shall give the plaintiff a definite period of one week to complete the deficiency. If the deficiency is not completed within this period, the case is considered to have not been filed.