Published On: Thu, Nov 7th, 2013

Bai Jong (NS-2) – Certificate

This certificate grants someone the temporary right to occupy a piece of land.  Preemption Certificates were issued under the authority of the 1936 Land Act with the understanding that they would eventually be upgraded to Certificates of Use.

Por Tor Bor 5 : This document certifies that the occupier paid taxes on the land.  It provides no evidence of a valid claim to ownership, but can be used to prove possession against private parties. Often the actual owner of the land is the government. for more information about title deeds in Thailand and which is the best one to obtain when buying property then see the listing of title deeds in Thailand listed here.

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Bai Jong (NS-2) – Certificate