A Thai court confirmed the sole heir of a will. Is an appeal possible and for how long?

A mother made a registered Thai will with her daughter as sole beneficiary however the will did not specifically cover foreign assets. A foreign bank requested a Thai court judgement confirming the daughter as sole heir of all assets, judgement needing a certificate of Non-Appeal. A Thai court having made the requested judgement,is an appeal possible and for how long ? Where can the Non-Appeal certificate obtained ?
Asked 4 years ago
Philippe

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Yes, an appeal is possible. You must wait 30 days after the judgment. Then, the Court can deliver a certificate saying there is no appeal and this decision is final. That is what you need, with the judgement and probably a translation if this is a foreign bank.
Answered 4 years ago
Sebastian

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