There are so many questions from landlords, tenants and landlords. The legal impact of the termination of the leases is particularly urgent when the termination of the lease was due in particular to the fact that the tenant could no longer afford to pay the rent of the premises due to the financial pressure exerted by COVID-19. The inconvenience to an owner caused by an early cancellation will undoubtedly be both annoying and tedious. However, it is clear that a tenant has the right to terminate a lease. Only then does the owner have the right to recover his actual losses in an early cancellation fee. As is generally accepted in the legal doctrine relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, COVID-19 does not allow the lease tenant alone to terminate the lease; it may, however, allow the lessee to require the lease to be adapted. As Covid-19 is itself insufficient to terminate the rental agreement, it could be argued that the termination on this basis is caused by the co-working area service provider if the co-working area service provider terminates the rental agreement under COVID-19. It is therefore possible to assess that the co-working area service provider, which prefers to terminate the rental agreement under the COVID 19 conditions rather than adapt it, could be held liable for damages caused by the early termination of the sublease agreement. However, the CPA is vague, as it does not define a “reasonable penalty” and only states that an appropriate penalty can be imposed in the event of early cancellation. However, in the practice and law of the SA; A person who suffers harm as a result of the actions of another person is always entitled only to recovery of the damage he has actually suffered; and can prove.

even in practice; It normally takes no more than a month to find another tenant. Although discussed in legal education, the established jurisprudence of the High Court of Appeal states that the validity of a sublease agreement depends on the validity of the main lease agreement. As a result, in the event of termination of the main lease agreement, the sublease agreement is considered “automatically” terminated. However, this problem has been the subject of methodical criticism3. This is because, under Turkish law, “any person” can legally execute a rental agreement for each property, since a valid lease does not require any power of disposition or legal power. However, if the person who has concluded a rental agreement for immovable property for which he is not legally entitled to rent it, he is responsible for the delay and compensation. Therefore, the argument put forward is that the sublease should remain valid even if the main lease is terminated; but the subreliable, that is, …