Liquidation of a Thai company

At the end of a life cycle of a private limited liability company in Thailand it is necessary to liquidate and dissolve the company by resolution of its shareholders. The procedure, has to follow the rules of the Sections 1247 – 1273 of the Civil and Commercial Code of Thailand (CCC). To proceed with the dissolution and liquidation of the company under the provisions of the CCC, the shareholders are required to do the following:

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Company Stamp

A company stamp or company seal is the official seal used by a company. Company seals are not used in every country, but they are predominant in certain common law jurisdictions and in many jurisdictions of Asia. In Thailand, a company seal is used by practically every registered company.

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Extension of Capital Expenditure Corporate Tax Deduction

Under the Royal Decree No. 604 of 2016 (B.E. 2559), tax benefits were given to companies or partnership’s expenses of domestic investment. On 24th January 2017, the cabinet approved a one year extension of this tax measure, that is for the period from 1st January 2017 until 21st December 2017.

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Dormant Company

This article summarizes the rules which apply in case of a company stopping its operation temporarily:

1. Notification Requirements

According to Section 85/12 of Revenue Code, if the company wishes to stop its operation for longer than 30 days, the company must submit a notification to that effect to the Revenue Department where the company is located. Such notice shall be filed within fifteen (15) days from the date of stopping the operations. If the company fails to notify regarding the temporary business cessation with the Revenue Department, the company shall be fined in an amount of not more than at 2,000 THB under Section 90 Revenue Code.

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