Period: 21 Legislative Year: 2 Warning: You Are Viewing Act, The Parliamentary General Assembly Has Already Adopted. If It Does Not Include The Changes Made Later. Turkish Radio-Television Corporation Income Law Adding A Provisional Article

Original Language Title: Dönem : 21 Yasama Yılı : 2 Uyarı: Görüntülemekte olduğunuz Kanun, TBMM Genel Kurulunda kabul edildiği halidir. Varsa daha sonra yapılan değişiklikleri içermemektedir. TÜRKİYE RADYO-TELEVİZYON KURUMU GELİRLERİ KANUNUNA BİR GEÇİCİ MADDE EKLENME

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Law No. 4499 Acceptance date: 28.12.1999
Article 1 - No. 3093 dated 12.04.1984 Turkey Radio and Television Corporation Income Act has added the following temporary items. Provisional Article 6 - Turkish Telecommunications Corporation plant, acquisition and charged excluding transportation fees have his telephone, telex, facsimile, data, Turksat, cable TV, mobile phone (mobile), pager (mobile) and other income gross income will consist of items from that leave 2.5% of the share, exclusive, including the year 2000, Turkey will also reflect the Radio and Television Corporation. To be allocated share on revenue of each month, payable in twenty-five of the month following Turkey's bank account will show the Radio and Television Corporation and accrued rulers over the same period it will be sent to Turkey Radio and Television Corporation. When the Turkish Telecommunications Corporation finalization of the quarterly balance sheet, that period will occur according to the balance of payments and reconcile differences be disposed of by the parties until the end of the following month. In case of delayed payment, every month or fraction thereof for the Turkish Telecommunications Corporation stipulated in the 6183 Law on Collection Procedure of Public Receivables delay delay interest rate hikes applied. The Agency will follow the provisions of the Execution and Bankruptcy Law No. 2004 and shall be charged.
Article 2 - This Law shall enter into force on the date of publication. Article 3 - This Law shall be enforced by the Council of Ministers.