Construction defects are a very practical concern, whether you buy a new property or one from the secondary market. This article contains some useful information and tips how to deal with the situation appropriately.
The Khai Fah (Engl: Sale with Right of Redemption) is a specialty of Thai property law, and it is commonly used by Thais, but not foreigners. The reason is mainly that the legal implication of it are not known. This article provides details.
Foreigners in Thailand are allowed to lease land for 30 years. Standard lease contracts include two renewal options for further 30 years and usually a purchase option. Are these options enforceable in practice? This article looks at details.