Products Liability under Thai Law

Product Liability under Thai Law

In Thailand, products liability is covered under the Liability Arising from Damages from Unsafe Products Act of B.E. 2551 (2008) and which came into force on February 21, 2009. Before the enactment of the Unsafe Products Act, consumers injured by unsafe products generally only had recourse under the Civil and Commercial Code, which created the burden More...

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By Legal Advisors On Thursday, March 24th, 2016

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Developments, Structures, and Relationships between European Union and ASEAN

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