Fraud in Thailand

Fraud in Thailand

Under the Thai Criminal Code, the offense of cheating and fraud is committed if a person deceives another through an assertion of any falsehood or by concealment of facts that should be disclosed or revealed in public. In order for the offender to obtain the property of the person so deceived or to cause the person deceived or a third person to execute, More...

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Extradition in Thailand
By Legal Advisor On Monday, April 23rd, 2018
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Extradition in Thailand

Extradition in Thailand is defined generally as a legal process where one nation or State, surrenders a suspected criminal or a convict to the requesting State. In Thailand, the Extradition Act 2472 governs the More...

Thai Criminal Law
By Legal Advisors On Friday, June 24th, 2016
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Falsification of Company Accounts in Thailand

In Thailand, company law involves serious criminal penalties, which may be different from some foreign investors are used to in their home countries. For example, Section 42 of the Company and Partnerships Offenses More...

Defamation in Thailand
By Legal Advisor On Thursday, June 16th, 2016
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Defamation in Thailand

Defamation in Thailand is defined as a false statement that is generally classified as intentional and harmful and made by a person against another whether orally or in writing. Defamation in Thailand may be in More...

Thai Nominees
By Legal Advisors On Tuesday, March 24th, 2015
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Crackdown on Thai Nominees in the Tourism Business

The tourism business in Thailand, although technically within the scope of the Foreign Business Act of 1999, is governed by its own specific law, namely the Tourism Business and Tour Guide Act of 2008. According More...

Rights of the Accused
By Pokpak Thongbhakdee On Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
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Rights of the Accused: Koh Tao Murder Case

Two British tourists were brutally murdered at one of Thailand’s most well-known islands, Koh Tao. While the local police were investigating the event, the media and human rights groups closely followed their More...

Thailand Criminal Case
By Pinnyada Tanitnon On Monday, September 22nd, 2014
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What should I do if I got arrested in Thailand

Although Thailand is known to be a country with flexible laws, it is not uncommon for a foreign national, usually on holiday, to become arrested for possession of drugs, assault, or other crimes. Thailand has laws More...

Thai Law on Murder
By Legal Advisor On Sunday, June 16th, 2013
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Thai Law on Murder

Murder is defined as an unlawful killing of a person usually committed with intent and malice. Malice is associated with the word mens rea which means “criminal mind”. In Thailand, the Thai Criminal Code states More...

Criminal Law in Thailand
By Legal Advisor On Sunday, June 16th, 2013
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Criminal Law in Thailand

Robbery in general is the act of taking something of value employing force or any act of violence, without the consent of the owner, with intent to permanently deprive the latter of his property. Robbery in Thailand More...

Thailand Personal Injury
By Legal Advisor On Sunday, June 16th, 2013
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Thailand Personal Injury

Thailand personal injury case or simply wrongful act is defined as an act or omission committed by a person willfully or negligently which caused injury to the life, liberty, body, health, property or right of another More...