Is there any risk in just meeting with a lawyer for a free consultation regarding a complicated land transfer? After all, what could possibly go wrong prior to actually engaging the said lawyer?
When the house price just seems to be too cheap it is time to look around the back and ask why has the city laid a row of drainage in the middle of nowhere.
The short land chanotes apparently have to do with the survey method used to convert from Nor Sor 3. A document on how to compute the land area of any 4 sided shape yourself. Entering coordinates into a CAD program.
This is the most unbelievable thing I’ve encountered here. The ‘good as gold’ title deeds overstate the amount of land.
Companies need to make sure they collect rent from house tenants, even if those tenants are shareholders in the company.
How old does a Thai citizen need to be to aquire land? Can this be used as a vehicle for foreigner asset protection?
Finally a story about a company (which was used to hold land) being closed down!
One readers experience buying a NPL and having a problem with transfer fees.
What about that condo on the 27th floor with a sea view that you just must have. Can you own it or not? Condo vs house pricing.
If one is setting up a Thai Limited Company is a farang lawyer really a necessity? After all they are more expensive…..
If you’re buying a house in a subdivision or from a business that develops properties, there’s no telling whose name will be on the deed.
The endless converstation about whether you, the foreigner, can really ever own land here. For most of us the answer is no……
A Thai Limited company with two classes of shares offers Thai majority ownership, but at the same time foreign entity control!
Robbie has a question about the best way to organize a lease for the Krabi dream house.
Legal issues surrounding doing a property development in the name of the company. Why companies put one at a competitive disadvantage.
Dozer gets some legal issues ironed out in regards to the 6 rai project.
Knock on the door. Oh no… it’s the police evicting you from your own home. Many not so rich farang for some reason don’t use common sense in the LOS.
Land ownership by a foreigner can be pretty safe, considering other things that can go wrong in the LOS.
cont. Image buying a piece of property in good faith on the understanding you can share a road — only to find out it’s all a con.
Building a dream house in Pattaya only to find out that there really is no access road to the property.
How safe is a Thai Company for land ownership? Isn’t it just a sham that can be challenged by the authorities?
What are the costs involved in setting up and maintaining a company?