As regards distribution relationships, neither the Regulation nor the Block Exemption Notice concerning vertical agreements of the Turkish Competition Authority No 2002/2 allow for prohibitions on competition after the end of the procedure. However, these two provisions provide that the trader may be subject to a non-competition clause for a maximum period of one year, provided that the prohibition (i) relates to goods and services in competition with the goods or services covered by the contract; (ii) is limited to the installation or land in which the trader has worked during the term of the contract, and (iii) is mandatory for the protection of the know-how transferred by the contracting authority to the distributor. the agent is not compensated or compensated if (i) the immediate termination by the client is justified by the agent`s delay; (ii) the supplier has terminated the contract, unless such termination is justified by circumstances attributable to the contracting entity or by the age, infirmity or illness of the representative, the consequence of which cannot reasonably be compelled to continue its activities; or (iii) the agent assigns his or her rights and obligations under the contract to another person. In accordance with the Directive, agents are allowed to claim commissions for transactions made after termination, provided that (i) the transaction is primarily due to the agent`s efforts during the period covered by the agency contract and that the transaction was concluded within a reasonable time after the termination of the contract; or (ii) the designation of the third party in respect of a transaction that would normally allow the agent to pay the commission during the term of the contract entered into by the principal or agent prior to the termination of the contract. Article 113/3 TCC also follows these conditions. The party attempting to terminate the contract must give the other party as much notice as possible. Such notice shall give the other party sufficient time to make further arrangements. . . .