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.
Registration of Rights and Juristic Acts
Section 28 The Competent Official under this act shall be the Competent Official registering the rights and juristic acts in connection with the apartment.
Section 29 Any person wishing to register the rights and juristic acts in connection with the apartment under this Act shall produce the apartment title deed for registration to the Competent Official
In the case of an application for a registration of a right and a juristic act in a unit, the competent official shall accept the application for the registration of such unit and the juristic act only when such unit is free from any liabilities arising from the expenses under Section 18 which, in this connection, a Letter of Certification from the condominium corporate indicating that such unit is free from the very last liabilities must be produced.
The Manager shall issue the Letter of Certification that the unit is free from any liabilities in accordance with paragraph two to the joint owner within fifteen days from the date on which the request has been received provided that the joint owner has fully made the payment of the debt arising out of the expenses in accordance with Section 18.
The provisions under paragraph two shall not apply in the case of a registration of a right and a juristic act on an ownership transfer in a unit prior to the registration of the condominium corporate.
Section 30 The provisions of the Land Code Chapter VI, Registration of Rights and Juristic Acts and Ministerial Regulations under the said Act shall apply to the registration of rights and juristic acts relevant to the apartment mutatis mutandis.