Contract Law in Thailand

Contract Law in Thailand

Contract law in Thailand is based on several principles that are very similar to the ones that function in within Western law as well, stipulated in the Thai Civil & Commercial Code, abbreviated TCCC, which consists of three Books. Conditions of contract signing in Thailand Our lawyers inThailand advise you regarding several important aspects…
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Imports and Exports in Thailand

Imports and Exports in Thailand

The key element of Thailand's economy is represented by exports of more than two-thirds of its gross domestic product which consisted of $1.107 trillion in 2015. At worldwide rate, Thailand is the 22nd largest export economy, according to Economic Complexity Index, but also the 36th most complex economy.   If…
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Establish a Representative Office in Thailand

Foreign entrepreneurs are attracted by the idea of investing in Thailand, being one of the most complex economic countries in the world. Most common structures for registering foreign entities are branch, regional and representative offices. Particularly, representative offices are not required to pay corporate taxes and submit financial reports to the government. However, they cannot develop…
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Open a Shelf Company in Thailand

Open a Shelf Company in Thailand

Foreign investors who want to establish their business presence on the Thai market as soon as possible can opt for a shelf company, which is a ready-made business that has already been incorporated and it is available for sale. The main advantage of a shelf company is that the investor can start his or her business…
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How to Close a Company in Thailand

How to Close a Company in Thailand

Local or foreign entrepreneurs who have opened companies in Thailand and, due to various reasons, prefer or have to shut down the business, should comply with a specific process which will require the assistance of professionals, such as accountants and lawyers. The dissolution of a Thai company is performed in accordance with the rules and regulations…
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Corporate Law in Thailand

Corporate Law in Thailand

Local and foreign investors who are interested in the business environment available in Thailand and who want to establish a company here should be familiar with the provisions of the Commercial law, which stipulates the way in which a business can be carried out here. Our team of lawyers in Thailand can offer legal advice on the legislation…
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Debt Collection in Thailand

Debt Collection in Thailand

Businesses in Thailand are established under a contract, that in some cases may not be respected by a party with which a company has signed a deal. As such, the company will have to proceed to collect its debts through various methods, in accordance with the local legislation, but also based on how…
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Litigation Attorneys in Thailand

Litigation Attorneys in Thailand

The legal system in Thailand is based upon the civil law; the cases are decided on the evidence presented by the parties involved, as Thailand does not have a jury system. According to the local legislation, any natural or juridical person (local or foreign) is allowed to bring suits against a party. Persons interested in…
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