Personal Data Collection Methods and Legal Grounds
Finlexia, within the scope of the website activities, collects your personal data through following channels, automatically or in other ways electronically, within the scope of Article 5 of the DP Law.
- Contact channels on the website
- Finlexia Newsletter subscription
- Cookies and other similar technologies in the web site (In principle, cookies used in the website does not enable to identify a person are provided below).
Purpose of Processing Personal Data
In addition to above, Finlexia can process your Personal Data under the circumstances determined under Article 5/2 of the DP Law (expressly permitted by law, execution or performance of the contract, compliance with a legal obligation, the personal data which is revealed to public by the data subject herself/himself, for the establishment, exercise or protection of a right, legitimate interest of the data controller).
Data Transfer to Third Parties
Cookies and similar technology (“Cookies”) may be enabled and used by this website. Cookies are small text files that may be stored on your hard disk through your browser when you visit a website.
In general, no Personal Data is stored in the Cookies used in the website and cookie technology only provides anonymous data.
You may send your requests related to your rights determined under Article 11 of the DP Law, in line with the Communiqué on the Procedure and Principles for the Application to the Data Controller to Finlexia through the address indicated below.
Finlexia Accounting Firm
Uskudar Icerenkoy Yolu Cad. Ofis Atasehir No:21A Suite:4 Atasehir, Istanbul 34752 TURKEY
Limitation of Liability
Finlexia assumes no responsibility or liability regarding actions taken or losses incurred by visitors based on information and material contained on this website.
The information and materials on this website are not intended to render any legal advice or opinion in relation to any specific matter and are not considered as legal counseling. Use of the website or its content in any way shall not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Visitors should always seek professional legal advice from their own legal counsel which considers their own circumstances, legal rights and obligations.
Finlexia does not guarantee the website information to be correct, complete or up-to-date.
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Visitors may not reproduce, represent, display, modify, adapt or translate the website and/or any work and material contained on the website, in whole or in part, whether for free or for financial consideration, without Finlexia’s prior written consent.
As an exception to the foregoing, Finlexia grants visitors the right to download the information made available to visitors into their personal computer in electronic form, provided that such information is available for the express purpose of being downloaded by visitors. Any quotation must reproduce the title of the document or of the website where the document is available, the name of the author and its date of publication (if known).