Hazırlayanlar: Serdarhan Güler, Enis Kadıoğlu

Arbitration, as an alternative to the judicial proceedings, is a method of settling private law disputes by an independent and impartial arbitrator/arbitral tribunal, either voluntarily in line with the will of the parties or as an obligation arising from special regulations. As in the judicial procedure, in the process of resolving disputes through arbitration, it is possible to apply for temporary legal protection measures to protect and secure the interests of the parties until the final protection is granted and the award of the claim is enforced. In this legal brief, we will provide information on temporary legal protection measures that can be applied to in domestic arbitration proceedings in accordance with the Code of Civil Procedure.