THAILAND PROPERTY

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    Jan 20, 2010 Landlords in Thailand
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    The Thai legal system is relatively lax in terms of rent control and regulation as the country’s legislature has yet to pass a more detailed statute that will adequately address the relationship between landlord and tenant.

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    A Superficies is defined as a transferable and alienable right of interest in land to own or acquire buildings or constructions made on or above the land of another for a specific period of time.

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    Foreign property acquisition remains a heavily controlled area of activity in Thailand in view of the various restrictions and limitations imposed upon foreign property investors.

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    Under-declaring the value of properties is a recognized form of tax shelter scheme practiced not only in Thailand but in other countries as well.

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    The Thai economy has proven its resiliency and recent events have shown that the country is on its way back to full economic recovery.

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    Jan 19, 2010 Completion Date
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    A Completion date in real estate law is defined as the date on which the vendee’s solicitor or legal counsel undertakes to the vendor that he will pay the remaining amount of the purchase price owing to the vendor upon the Transfer of Title being accepted for registration.

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