Our lawyers advise foreign individuals on making a will and arranging their assets according to the law of succession and inheritance in Thailand. A properly drafted will can save much time, stress and money for your descendants in the future. Inheritance procedures in Thailand are quite simple compared to foreign laws that reserve a portion […]
Property Title Transfer in Thailand is one of the essential steps involved when buying a property. It involves various processes and legal specifications that must be followed. In general, foreigners should work with a lawyer or legal professional who specializes in real estate law. This will ensure that all required procedures are followed and that […]
A Sales Contract Review in Thailand is a legal procedure that protects your interests, reduces liability and strengthens your position. It also helps to avoid future legal disputes. A lawyer can help you make sure that the information in the contract matches the tax information, title deed and government permits. Buying a property in Thailand […]
Property Due Diligence is a process of examining and researching a property before investing in it. Performing this review is essential for protecting your investment from illegal dealers and legal issues. This includes checking the title deed to see if the seller is actually the owner. It also includes checking for unregistered usufructs and if […]
The most common question with regards to property is always can my wife own property in her name. Well, first off it would be best to speak to a lawyer in Samui for advice on a prenup agreement before you proceed to purchase property. Lets look at this further.
There is a legal mechanism that may allow a foreigner to secure guaranteed access to and use of a piece of land for his or her lifetime. The Thai legal term “Sit thi jap gin ta lord cbiwit” is a translation from Roman Law of the term “Usufruct” (the right to use and enjoy the […]
Many properties are offered on a long-term or “never-ending” lease by the current owner. You would agree upon a price, payable at one-, three- or five-year intervals, or for the duration of the contract, or any other interval. The terms and conditions of the lease are generally open to negotiation with the owner.