The Thailand Investment Visa is simply a type of visa which foreigners can obtain by investing a minimum of 10 Million Thai Baht in properties, government or Thai State bonds or as fixed deposit in a Thai Bank Account.
Like most countries, a Thailand Notary Public is an official licensed by the state to carry out functions such as authenticate signatures or legal documents, and bear witness to affidavits of statements or persons under oath. Notarization of a document creates a guarantee regarding the authenticity of the document and its signatories.
The TM30 is a notification form intended for Thai landlords who provide accommodation to foreign nationals. This and that they are required to report their presence to the relevant authorities within 24 hours. Also as well as every time the foreigner returns to the country from an overseas trip. Besides the owners of accommodation, the… Read more
Need a property lawyer in Thailand? There are many options as to purchasing a desired property or selling one in Thailand. The process that you need to undergo to complete the transaction can be complicated depending on the property that you need to transfer. Thus the services of a Thai property lawyer is a convenient… Read more
This is the power of attorney Tor Dor 21. You would normally have to be at the transfer however you can get an attorney to do this for you. In order to complete the transfer you will need to provide your property lawyer in Bangkok with a power of attorney. The power of attorney has… Read more
This si about Business Property and Keymoney. If you are wanting to setup a business in Thailand. Then you have the option of buying the property or getting a leasehold agreement. Note that you cannot work in Thailand even when married to a Thai as you will need a work permit. Many who retire in… Read more
This is mainly the issue of rights and taxes in Leaseholds. As stated elsewhere that having a leasehold agreement with your Thai wife is simply a bad idea and you should be looking at a usufruct or superficies in order to have a much sounder legal footing in Thailand. Always speak to a property lawyer… Read more
Before you sign a sales agreement you should always allow a property lawyer in Thailand look over the document to ensure that your interests are covered. There are certain issues that would need to be covered and at times the developer might leave these out such as building timelines when buying offplan. This is a… Read more
The rights of condominium owners in Thailand is covered by the Condominium Act of 2008. This Act tells you what your rights are as an owner of a condominium unit in Thailand. The Act covers not only your property rights but also your rights before purchasing the property. This covers the developer and how the… Read more
If you are buying property in Thailand, then there are a number of taxes which need to be paid. One of those taxes paid by the seller of the property is the specific business tax and this is explained below. You can see on the other page what the property transfer taxes are in Thailand… Read more