If you don’t know what a Tabian Baan (Tabien Baan) is or what they call ‘house papers’ then you have not lived in Thailand long enough. Each Thai has to register their location with the government on someone’s Tabian Baan if they don’t own property. If they do then they will have their own ‘house papers’ just as you will receive.
If you are looking for a property solicitor in Thailand then look no further than us at Siam Legal. With branch offices in all the major cities of Thailand we are able to assist you wherever you are. Speak to us on our main website live with our live chat messenger.
If you are considering getting married in Thailand and have property and looking at buying another later in life or setting up a business after marriage, then speak to a solicitor about the options. Thai law is not the same as laws in your home country so be careful! In Thai law each party to the marriage holds onto their property which they brought into the marriage.
Phuket condominiums are one of the Thailand’s ley economic drivers. These properties do not only generate income for many Thai developers. It also attracts foreign investments in the country. The strength of Phuket condominiums was highly felt in 2008 due to the downpour of tourists and backpackers.
Briefly defined, a lease is a process wherein an individual can attain the rights to utilize one’s properties. The property’s owner is referred to as the lessor and the one that leases the land is the lessee. In some leasehold agreements, the lessee can own the property upon the agreement’s termination. Property leases are pretty popular in Thailand.