Standard house purchase contract in Thai

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Standard house purchase contract in Thai

Postby Fritz » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:12 pm

Hi Everyone,

Does anyone have a standard house purchase contract for an existing house in Thai that you would like to share? Or is there a website where I can download one from?

We are selling our house and the bank has asked the buying party to produce a buying contract.

The last time we bought our house we didn't have to have it notarized. I assume this is still the case? Just have two copies counter signed by buyer and seller and 1 witness on both sides?

Is there anything I have forgotten here?

Many thanks,

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Re: Standard house purchase contract in Thai

Postby Sunpax » Thu Dec 13, 2012 8:57 am

Whats about the land title ? the chanote ?

Is your wife Thaie ?
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Re: Standard house purchase contract in Thai

Postby Fritz » Thu Dec 13, 2012 8:15 pm

It's a standard Thai to Thai sale. Chanote is in the bank as a guarantee for the mortgage. We have certified copies of it. The bank of the buyer is the same is our bank. The bank has been informed by both parties.

They just want to have a contract in whuch it states the agreement to buy, the price, and basic purchasing conditions. in order to start up the mortgage approval procedure for the buying party.

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Re: Standard house purchase contract in Thai

Postby Bangyai » Sun Jan 25, 2015 1:21 pm

I have a couple I have used when selling property in Bangkok. The longer of the two which runs to 3 x A4 sheets is a direct copy from the government website ( forget which one as I searched for it in Thai ) However, it is a contract for sale by installments. The shorter of the two is an abridged version of the first which I put together myself and is suitable for a sale by one of payment, either by cash or bankers draft.
These documents are only for use as an agreement between buyer and seller for the proposed sale of a property and include a section for accepting a deposit before proceeding to completion at your local land office.
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