Medenî Usûl Hukukunda Adlî Yardım
Damla Aydın, Ferda Selika
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In modern legal systems, although it is accepted that justice services should be free of charge, the parties are also required to cover some of the litigation expenses during the trial activity. However, the fact that the party that cannot afford these expenses due to economic insufficiency cannot benefit from the judicial activities of the state will lead to the loss of many rights, especially the right of access to the court and the right to legal remedies. In this context, many legal systems have aimed to remove the obstacles in front of individuals experiencing economic inadequacy by accepting the legal aid institutions in their legislation. The acceptance and implementation of the legal aid institution in Turkish law also dates back to the pre-republican periods. However, it is being tried to make the legal aid institution functional with the legislative changes that have taken place over time. In our study, we aim to examine the regulation of the legal aid institution in civil procedure law by considering it in the context of current changes.