THAILAND PROPERTY

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    In Thailand, if you are selling or buying a property, you are obliged to adhere with government regulations and correctly pay the necessary tax obligations. Below is the schedule of tax obligations that a purchaser or a seller of an immovable property must pay the Thai government through taxes. Descriptions of the type of taxes

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    Jan 19, 2015 Foreign Exchange Form
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    Foreigners who are interested in acquiring condominiums in Thailand may come across the term Foreign Exchange Form or what is also known as Foreign Exchange Transaction Certificate as it is among the documentary requirements needed when purchasing properties in the Kingdom and registering these on their names. As prescribed by law, when a foreign individual

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    Thai properties are very sought after among foreign nationals especially those who are looking forward for a long term stay or even to retire in the Kingdom. Yet reality wise, not all of them do have the finances required at the right time or the right finances to acquire the properties that they so wanted

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  • Lease in Thailand
    Jan 19, 2015 Lease in Thailand
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    Several structures of securing a property in Thailand, not necessarily by owning them outright, are available for interested parties be these individuals Thai or foreign nationals and one of these options is leasehold. In a lease, the person (lessee) who gained the lease from the owner (lessor) gains the right to possess and occupy a

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    If condominium owners are obliged to contribute to the sinking fund, they must also pay the maintenance fee. Maintenance Fee The purpose of the maintenance fee is different from the sinking fund in the sense that the former is intended for everyday and minor maintenance work on the development. It is also used to fund

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  • Thailand Condominium Act
    Jan 19, 2015 Condominium Act
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    If an individual is interested in acquiring a condo in Thailand, before making any formal moves in securing one, paying any payments and or signing a contract, he must first consult with a reputable property lawyer in the Kingdom to make sure that he is well versed with regards to his rights, the process involved

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