Condotel ventures in Thailand

Condotels operate as a hotel business inside a condominium complex. This business venture combines attractive advantages for a foreign buyer and provides the ingredients for a successful investment – if done properly. Secure your condotel in paradise.



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Condominium Due Diligence

The ownership transfer for a condominium unit at the local land office takes some time and involves certain investigations and internal reporting by the authorities. But it does not aim to protect the buyer against the seller and does not have the character of a condo due diligence.



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Future-proofed foreign property acquisitions in Thailand

How to diligently acquire a villa or undeveloped land in Thailand through a Thai Co., Ltd. with a Thai majority partner.



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How to obtain a hotel licence

Under Thailand’s regulatory framework, a hotel has to apply, apart from other licenses, for a hotel business license. Currently unlicensed hotels are hunted by the authorities and have to fear a close-down. The articles describes options to legalize existing hotel businesses. Secure your hotel in paradise.



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The acquisition of a condominium unit

The acquisition of condominium units seems to be simple, but most buyers are not happy with the investment. Ask us for a consultancy proposal to avoid a later disappointment. Protect your condo in paradise.



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Real Estate Due Diligence in Thailand

Under the label “due diligence” the legal industry offers a broad scope of different tasks. The investigation can clarify legal matters in depth or just scratch the surface of property issues. The buyer has to decide, whether he needs to know the full truth before signing and sealing the property deal – or some times after this. #property-due-diligence



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Void lease schemes

The structuring of a property lease investment requires a special know-how to avoid void lease schemes as they are promoted mainly on Phuket.



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The usufruct in Thailand

The Top 5 legal misconceptions on usufructs in Thailand are (i) A usufruct between a married couple is legally compliant and protected. (ii) A usufruct for free is not very risky for various reasons. (iii) A usufruct can be enhanced by a contractual agreement. (iv) The usufruct of the foreign husband is no marital property. (v) A structure with two usufructuaries provides for even better protection.



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Property developments 4.0

Thailand’s current property development structures attract just a portion of prospective buyers of land, villas and condominium units. For the property developer, it makes economically perfectly sense to invest in a more sophisticated investment structure to facilitate the buyer’s concerns and legal considerations.



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Secured property lease structures in Thailand

The conventional Thai property lease shows more and more vulnerability and weakness. Instead of risky and unfit investment schemes, property developers should look seriously into secured lease structures to attract even risk-averse foreign property investors.



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