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* Real property rights relating to and attached to land or immovable property in Thailand in general:

  1. Right of Usufruct in Thailand

    a real right attached to an immovable property by which the owner grants another person the temporary possession, use and enjoyment of his real property (the 'usus'). The usufructuary obtains the right to use and derive profit from the property (the 'fructus'). Usufruct in Thailand is governed by the civil code sections 1417 - 1428, read more...
  2. Right of superfcies in Thailand

    a registered land right attached to land by which a person obtains a temporary right to own buildings, structures or plantations upon land belonging to another person. Strong supporting right in a real estate investment in Thailand where a house is built upon leased land (governed by the civil code section 1410 to 1416), read more...
  3. Right of habitation in Thailand

    a real property right attached to a residential home by which the owner grants to some else the right to occupy as a place of dwelling, without paying rent (governed by the civil code sections 1402 - 1409), read more...
  4. Right of servitudes in Thailand

    a real burden attached to an immovable property by which the owner of one property is bound to tolerate certain acts affecting his property for the benefit of another immovable property, or to refrain from exercising certain rights inherent in his ownership (governed by the civil code sections 1387 - 1401), read more...

** Contracts and documents relating to family and marriage law

  1. Thailand last will and testament

    the legal declaration by which a person names one or more persons to manage his or her estate and provides for the transfer of his property at death (governed by the civil code sections 1599 - 1755), read more...
  2. Thailand prenuptial agreement

    the written agreement between a man and a woman who are about to marry governing their personal assets and management of future marital property (prenuptial is governed by the civil code sections 1465 - 1493) read more...
  3. Thailand divorce agreement

    the written agreement to terminate a marriage between husband and wife made (divorce agreement) certified by at least two witnesses and is valid only upon mutual request and registration of the agreement in the marriage regsiter (divorce is governed by the civil code sections 1501 - 1535), read more...
  4. Thailand Power of attorney

    the legal document by which one person appoints another person to act as an agent on his or her behalf (agency is governed by the civil code sections 797 - 844) read more...

*** Thai contracts for real estate

  1. Lease agreement in Thailand

    the agreement whereby the owner agrees to let another person have the use or occupation of his property during a specified period in exchange for a specified rent (lease in governed by the civil code sections 537 - 574) read more...
  2. Construction agreement in Thailand

    the agreement which specifies the details of a construction, alteration, or repair of buildings or structures (governed by the civil code sections 587 - 607) read more...

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