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By Frank Legal & Tax
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.
By Frank Legal & Tax
Business visas ("non-immigrant-B-visas") are issued by Thai embassies and consulates abroad. They can be issued for a 90 days period or for one year.
By Frank Legal & Tax
The Thai Government has taken a series of efforts in driving the economy through innovation and attracting highly skilled talents (Smart T), investors (Smart I),
By Frank Legal & Tax
The operation of a restaurant requires a license, that is, a permission by the Thai government.
By Frank Legal & Tax
The location of the school is important in establishing whether a private school requires a license.
By Frank Legal & Tax
And it is rather common that rental agreements include rent escalation provisions.
By Frank Legal & Tax
Under the Thai Social Security Act, B.E. 2533 a company was required to register as an employer at the Social Security Office (SSO) within 30 days after the first employee has started to work for the company.
By Frank Legal & Tax
What are the definitions of "termination" and "lay-off"? Termination of employment is an employee's departure from a job.
By Frank Legal & Tax
Under the Foreign Business Act ("FBA"), foreigners are legally restricted in doing certain businesses in Thailand as prescribed in the lists Annexed to the FBA.
By Frank Legal & Tax
The extraordinary termination should always be the last resort.
By Frank Legal & Tax
A warning letter is useful to confirm and address a performance or conduct issue with an employee. Such performance issues may include for example:
By Frank Legal & Tax
Valuable gifts such as condominium units, houses and cars are not uncommon in Thailand, and most such gifts are made for specific reasons.
By Frank Legal & Tax
Many foreigners living in Thailand meet their future spouses here and get married in Thailand.
By Frank Legal & Tax
This is Part II of a blog contribution that discusses the requirements for obtaining a permit to run a hotel under Thai laws and regulations:
By Frank Legal & Tax
Residential properties which are rented out as daily accommodations for tourists are under intense scrutiny these days in Thailand, in particular with regards to the requirement to obtain a hotel license.