Since the TPR itself does not have a dedicated provision listing specific remedies for persons concerned against negative decisions, all acts and actions of competent authorities within the scope of the TPR are subject to general rules of accountability derived from Turkish administrative law, unless there is a dedicated specific remedy provided in the LFIP itself.
As mentioned in International Protection: Removal and Refoulement, there is a specific dedicated remedy provided by the LFIP against deportation decisions. According to Article 53 LFIP, deportation decisions can be challenged at competent Administrative Court within 7 days. Appeals against deportation decisions have automatic suspensive effect. The competent Administrative Court is required to finalise the appeal within 15 days. Administrative Court decisions on deportation appeals are final, may not be appealed onward in a higher court.
All other scenarios of possible unfavourable decisions and practices are subject to general rules of accountability derived from Turkish administrative law. Under Article 125 of the Turkish Constitution, all acts and actions of the administration are subject to judicial review. According to Article 7 of the Law on Administrate Court Procedures, acts and actions of the administration must be challenged within 60 days at competent administrative courts. Applications with the Administrative Court generally do not carry automatic suspensive effect, but applicants may file an associated halt of execution request, which may or may not be granted. There is no general time limit on Administrative Courts for the finalisation of the appeal. Unfavourable judgments of administrative courts can be challenged in the higher administrative court.