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Another view on Thai property law กฏหมายไทย isn’t simple. Street smart Thai law for expats by real lawyers with real experience.

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Thailand has similar property laws and regulations as western countries as the Thailand Civil Code is based on the mainland European civil law system and copied aspects from common law countries. Thai property laws are considered western. What makes buying real estate in Thailand different and more complicated for non-Thai nationals is that Thai land laws prohibit foreigners from owning land making it impossible for foreigners to obtain outright ownership over land and house in Thailand.

Thai law (lawyer) selection: the Thailand Penal or Criminal Code is the body of laws relating to crimes and offenses and the penalties for their commission in Thailand. Read the full translation of Thailand Criminal or Penal Code on samuiforsale...

Thailand restricts and prohibits economical areas and business categories for foreigners primarily in the Foreign Business Act (A.D.1999). Under the Foreign Business Act (FBA) foreigners are prohibited from engaging in most business categories in Thailand, unless an alien business operation permit has been obtained from the Director-General of the Department of Commercial Registration with the approval of the Foreign Business Committee. Separate laws control foreign ownership of land as well as such activities as banking, insurance, finance and shipping.

BUY, SELL, RENT, OWN AND MANAGE A CONDOMINIUM IN THAILAND - legal topics for expats. What is a condominium, buying a condo, who can own a condo, transfer tax, inheritance, management of a condo, leasehold comdominium, sale and purchase and more. Practical legal questions, Thai lawyer answered. Just scroll down to a subject and click read more...

The Thailand Civil and Commercial Code (ประมวลกฎหมายแพ่งและพาณิชย์) is the main body of laws that deals with the legal affairs and rights of private persons (natural and juristic persons). It contains areas such as family law, inheritance law, contract law, property law, corporate law, commercial law and more. The general rule in Thailand is codified and works from the top written law down.