The Kingdom of Thailand and the United States of America, desirous of promoting friendly relations traditionally existing between them and of encouraging mutually beneficial trade and closer economic and cultural intercourse between their peoples.
The last part of the Condominium Act of Thailand defines how to revoke a condo registration, fees and application procedures. Speak to a lawyer in Thailand as to how this is done. This website is only a guide to property in Thailand.
The current Section 5 of the Thai Condominium Act of Thailand explains the duties of all those who have an interest in the condo unit. It also looks at the responsibilities of those who manage the building. Again speak to a property lawyer first!
Chapter 4 of the Thai Condominium Act describes what a juristic person is and how this affects the status of the condo unit. Speak to a property lawyer in Thailand before you sign any sale agreement for property. This website is only a guide to property in Thailand.
Chapter 3 of the Condominium Act spells out the location and registration of the condo unit in Thailand. It also covers how title deeds are viewed in Thailand with regards to condo units. Speak to a lawyer today about the condo market in Thailand.
The Condo Act – Chapter 2 describes what percentage of the building foreigners can own and what percentages need to be followed. It also defines who may own property refering to foreigners as ‘aliens’. Speak to us for more information.
The first chapter of the Thailand Condominium Act of Thailand explains what a condo unit is and how the unit has to be registered in Thailand to be a condo and who may accept the application for the unit in Thailand.
The Thai Condominium Act was updated in 2008. This is a very important Act if you are interested in buying a condo unit in Thailand. Speak to our property lawyers about buying a condo in Thailand. The Condo Act defines a condo unit and how the laws of Thailand govern the units in Thailand.
The Foreign Business Act Thailand (FBA) defines the laws which governs businesses in Thailand by foreigners. Some provisions relating to the restriction of the rights and liberty of individuals but by implication of Section 29 in conjunction with Section 35 and Section 50 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand. Speak to a lweyer […]
The final chapter of the Immigration Act is the penalities and it is also one of the longest text in the Immigration Act. Before you assume that you understand the penalties speak to a lawyer in Thailand for further advice and assistance with regards to Immigration Law in Thailand. .