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Thai Cabinet Approves Long-Term Tourist Visas

On 15 September 2020, the Cabinet agreed to allow in foreign tourists who agree to go through a 14-day quarantine and stay for at least 90 days to help stimulate Thailand’s economy. Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha said that the government would issue special tourist visas for long-stay visitors. The most critical condition would be […]

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FRANK Legal & Tax has been selected as a member of the Nextlaw Referral Network

It is our great pleasure to announce that FRANK Legal & Tax has been selected as a member of the Nextlaw Referral Network. The Nextlaw Referral Network is a cutting-edge technology platform that brings together hundreds of the world’s best law firms to provide clients with the right lawyer, in any geography, in any practice, […]

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Seminar on BOI Promotion for Tech Startups, Bangkok, 22 October 2020

*** Invitation Only *** FRANK LEGAL & TAX is pleased to announce that our upcoming event, themed “BOI Promotion for Tech Startups”, will be held on 22nd October 2020 at 6.00 pm at The Great Room, Gaysorn Tower. To restart activities after the COVID-19 restrictions, our company would like to provide an opportunity to explore […]

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Visa amnesty to end on September 26th and another extension is unlikely

Visa amnesty for foreigners in Thailand, which has been extended since April of 2020, was further extended to September 26th, 2020. This extension was described as “final” by the Cabinet and another extension seems highly unlikely.   The visa amnesty, which was originally due to expire on July 31st was further extended until September 26th, 2020, allows foreigners to stay in Thailand without having to extend visas […]

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The Draft amendment of the Civil and Commercial Code: The minimum number of shareholders in an LLC

On June 23rd, 2020, the Thai Cabinet approved a Draft Act which will amend the Civil and Commercial Code, with regards to the establishment of limited companies. The Act aims to make it easier for individuals to set up limited companies and facilitate the establishment of new businesses, SMEs, and start-up enterprises to stimulate the […]

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Thailand’s Import Procedures

All goods that are imported into Thailand must be reported to the Thai Customs Department. The steps required to import products into Thailand legally are outlined below. Step 1 – E-Customs system registration As of January 1st, 2007, the procedures for importing goods into Thailand have been centralized into the online e-Customs system. In order […]

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Thailand’s Export Procedures

All goods exported from Thailand are required to be reported to the Customs Department and are subject to customs controls. The steps for exporting goods from Thailand are as follows: Step 1 – E-Customs system registration Since 2007, Thailand’s export procedures have been centralized into the online E-Customs system. To register for the E-Customs system, […]

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The Thai Revenue Department joins “Tax Inspectors Without Borders” (TIWB)

The Thai Revenue Department has raised its standard of tax auditing by joining the Tax Inspectors Without Borders (“TIWB”) program and requesting experts to share their know-how and exchange auditing experiences with Thai Revenue Officers. The purpose of joining this project is to close tax loopholes regarding multinational e-commerce businesses and newly established businesses, and […]

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Frank Legal & Tax has been named a “Rising Star” law firm by Asia Business Law Journal.

It is our great pleasure to announce that FRANK Legal & Tax has been named a “Rising Star” law firm by Asia Business Law Journal. This prestigious award is based on extensive research conducted by Asia Business Law Journal, in which thousands of in-house counsel were invited to identify the Thai law firms that showed […]

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Airbnb – Is it legal in Thailand?

Airbnb is a popular online platform that allows property owners (landlords) to rent out their property (partially or wholly) on a short-term (daily/weekly) basis. The online platform is present in over 100,000 cities across 191 countries and has effectively transformed itself into the world’s largest hotel. With the price of renting a property via the […]

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