Thailand to Adopt the German Election System

German Election System in Thailand

There have been discussions on adopting the German electoral system in Thailand. A German electoral system will reduce the possibility of one party gaining control of the parliament. The German electoral was created to prevent another dictatorship after the electoral system of the Weimar Republic led to the rise of Hitler. According to the Thai constitution More...

by Ulrich Schmitt | Published 2 years ago
Thai Land Titles Explained
By Legal Advisor On Thursday, November 7th, 2013
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Thai Land Titles Explained

These Thai title documents are marked with a garuda or khrut. A garuda is a mythical bird-like creature used as the national symbol of Thailand. In many cases the color of the garuda can be used to determine what More...

Legality of Abortion in Thailand
By Legal Advisor On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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Legality of Abortion in Thailand

The discovery of almost 2000 aborted fetus in Bangkok Thailand alarmed Thai government especially the Senate to push the Pro-life Reproductive Health Bill in the country. Abortion in Thailand is illegal. Abortion More...

Right in Favor of Prior User
By Legal Advisor On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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Amendments to Thai Constitution

To eliminate social injustices prevailing in Thailand and to achieve the proposed national reconciliation plan, a proposal to amend the Thai Constitution was initiated by Prime Minister Abhisit Vijjajiva. The proposed More...

Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
By Legal Advisor On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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Enforcement of Foreign Judgments

Foreign judgments are judgments rendered by court of foreign jurisdiction or outside the country. Foreign judgments are enforceable in some countries provided that the procedural rules of the country in which the More...

Owning Land in Thailand
By Legal Advisor On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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Overview of Thailand Laws

History has shown that Thailand and the emergence of its laws have been greatly influenced by civil law concepts and as such, some consider Thailand as one of the “codified” system in the South East Asian region. More...

Trademark Disputes
By Legal Advisor On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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Trademark Disputes

Trademark Litigation in Thailand on trademarks can be very costly. The matter of Orien SPA Co. Ltd. v. Piyawat Usahakamyang Co. with regards to trademark disputes highlights a few interesting issues. Facts: Company More...

Exemption from Copyright Infringement
By Legal Advisor On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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Exemption from Copyright Infringement

Copyright can be difficult when there is a dispute and both parties contributed to the copyright, trademark or the patent. This can become costly in litigation and it is always best to speak to a lawyer about IP More...

Retirement in Thailand
By Legal Advisor On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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Retirement in Thailand

Applying for a Thailand retirement visa entails a lot of preparation. This would even require legal assistance, not only to expedite the whole process, but also to evaluate one’s situation and recommend the most More...

Leases and Habitability
By Legal Advisor On Sunday, June 16th, 2013
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Leases and Habitability

If you lease a home (using the lease agreement) that has been flooded, you may be wondering whether you, the lesee, or your landlord, the lessor, is responsible for cleaning, repairing or replacing damaged property More...