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Frank Legal & Tax
When importing a boat from oversea to Thailand – even if it is solely for personal use and not for running a business – it is necessary to register the boat at the Marine Department in charge.
Frank Legal & Tax
Foreigners who reside in Thailand and want to drive a car or motorcycle in Thailand should apply for a Thai driving license.
Clyde & Co
As mentioned in the immediately preceding article, one of the seven States that acceded to the 1999 Montreal Convention in 2017 was Thailand...
Hughes Krupica Consulting
The following provisions are a compendium of useful drafting and review criteria, put together by Kevin Bourque, Senior Counsel, Hughes Krupica, which can be used as a road map or checklist for syndicated and ...
Hughes Krupica Consulting
Legal liability relating to negligent road accidents, in particular accidents caused by "brake-failing" buses and the like is my subject in this article.
Clyde & Co
When the Montreal Convention 1999 came into force in 2003, the Convention was widely seen as a modern and international liability regime governing air carrier liability overhauling the outdated Warsaw system of carrier's liability.
Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd.
Discusses bringing litigation against cargo carriers in Thailand.
Barlow Lyde & Gilbert LLP
On the 24th December 2003, the Ministry of Communications in Thailand announced a new regulation governing the rights of passengers whose domestic flights are delayed or cancelled or suffer an accident. The measures are applicable to scheduled domestic airlines only and took effect on 24th December.
Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd.
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