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“HIGH” Standards in Thailand; Regulations to Unlock Cannabis Industry

In the wake of shared global challenges, tourism and green growth is the way forward for Thailand’s sustainable economy. Specifically, a relevant government panel has set up a plan to develop the country as an international hub and targeted Thailand as the world’s foremost destination for the medical industry and wellness tourism. Still, a dream […]

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Short-term rental businesses via online platforms in Thailand

As part of the steady economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, Thailand is gradually attracting tourists back into the country. Due to the increased number of visitors, short-term rentals through platforms such as Airbnb, including daily rentals, are in high demand

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Briefing on Long-Term Resident (LTR) Visa with Swiss Thai Chamber of Commerce (STCC)

Our legal team recently shared our insights on Thailand introducing a new 10-year Long-Term Resident Visa at a special SwissThai Chamber of Commerce (STCC) ‘Briefing on Long-Term Resident (LTR) Visa’. See our guide on the Long-Term Resident Visa (LTR). The event provided an opportunity to explore LTR visas related to the multiple benefits for holders, […]

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FRANK Legal & Tax is pleased to invite you to our “Briefing on Long-Term Resident (LTR) Visa” with STCC

Join us at the ‘Briefing on Long-Term Resident (LTR) Visa’ in Bangkok on Thursday, 27 October Thailand has introduced a new 10-year long-term resident visa for foreigners. In this special SwissThai Chamber of Commerce (STCC) ‘Briefing on Long-Term Resident (LTR) Visa’, we will look at the new visa, and its multiple benefits for holders, including: […]

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Thailand: Long-Term Resident (LTR) Visa

This guide explores the Long-Term Resident Visa (LTR), a visa designed for high-potential foreigners who wish to reside in Thailand for an extended period. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]

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Cross-Border Transactional Partner Mikhail Borodin Joins FRANK Legal & Tax

We are very excited that Mikhail has joined our team”, said Fabian Doppler, Managing Partner of FRANK Legal & Tax. “His extensive deal-making experience is beneficial to our clients, and he will be a great fit for our plans for the continued growth of our practice

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Buying a House in Thailand – Handover Checklist

When the owner of residential property changes, the last step after the visit to the land office and the receipt of the money is crucial: the handover of the keys; after this, the previous owner moves out, and the buyer moves in. At this point, all documents are handed over, a joint tour of the house is made, and meter readings and defects are noted. It makes sense to draw up a protocol for the handover of possession so that the sale of the house does not have any repercussions. We have summarized what you should pay attention to in the house handover protocol.

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Applying for Thailand’s Long-Term Resident Visa (LTR): Requirements and Qualifications

The Thai government recently announced that they are making some changes to the Long-Term Resident Visa (“LTR”) requirements intending to attract more foreign residents to come to Thailand. Kindly note that although the Thai cabinet and the Board of Investment (BOI) approve of this new LTR visa, there still has not been any official announcement […]

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Thailand’s long-term resident visa (LTR) fee to be reduced by 50%

Thailand’s cabinet has decided to halve the long-term resident (LTR) visa fee, bringing it down to 50,000 baht. The visa is designed for foreigners who have “high capability or potential” and would like to live in Thailand for up to ten years. This means that eligible highly skilled foreigners can now apply for the visa […]

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What is a Share Pledge, and What Does it Involve?

The pledge provides security in terms of performance by transferring a movable property from pledger to pledgee. Therefore, anything considered movable property can be pledged, even an instrument. An instrument is a document in which the issuer promises payment or right to a specific person, such as a bill of lading, a bill of exchange, or a share certificate.

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