عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the instances of private law is the right to possess property. In the context of possession of movable and immovable properties by foreigners, currently most countries have recognized this right. . In Iran, the most important limitation for foreigners is the right to possess immovable property. However, this right may be granted to foreigners under certain circumstances. In accordance with Article 8 of the Iranian Civil Code, if a treaty exists between Iran and the country of nationality of the foreigner, and if the foreign country is committed to reciprocal action, a citizen of a foreign country can be permitted to possess property in Iran. . In contrast, by eliminating restrictions such as reciprocal action as a basis for the acquisition of immovable property, Turkey has paved the way for foreigners to purchase property and land. This is because the relevant authority in Turkey are of the view that this approach will lead to the growth of the economy of the country and the attraction of capital to their country. It clear that globalization along with Turkey's attempt to join the European Union has had an effect on the aspirations of the foreigners to purchase property in this country. So, it can be said that the membership of the European Union is linked to the sale of immovable property to foreigners. As for movable property, such as the acquisition of shares and investments, Turkey has imposed less stringent conditions compared to Iran, and this is due to foreign capital seeking to improve the economy of Turkey, which to date has been successful.