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British property swindlers allegedly under investigation in Pattaya are openly running rings around so called Consumer Protection department officials by continuing to offer dodgy deals while under investigation themselves.

 

Currently these fraudsters are selling houses at ‘The Chase’ in Nong Palai, Pattaya, and offering buyers 50 per cent financing.

 

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Currently these fraudsters are selling houses at ‘The Chase’ in Nong Palai, Pattaya, and offering buyers 50 per cent financing.

 

 

But the houses pictured on the net, such as the one above, have already been sold and one of the buyer of the one above does not even have access to his home, because the property fraudsters won’t hand over the keys in lieu of management fees!

 

 

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http://www.andrew-dr...her.php?sid=520

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There are some that only employ words for the purpose of disguising their thoughts.

 

Voltaire

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Royal Marine Was Scammed By Pattaya Businessmen While Serving in Iraq

 

 

http://www.andrew-dr...ory.php?sid=533

 

These guys don’t seem to have any controls over what they get up to.

 

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It is a pity that the victims don’t seem to be getting supported by their counsel representative...... Oh thats right until recently that was Howard Miller who became famous from the TV show which featured the Pattaya Tourist Police. (he has since resigned from Tourist police and Honorary Counsel)

There are some that only employ words for the purpose of disguising their thoughts.

 

Voltaire

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Doesn't Thailand have laws for registering title to property?

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I wondered about this topic for a few years now but never looked into it.

 

If anyone was thinking of buying land in Thailand then I think it is very important to do some research.

 

 

Title Deeds

 

in Thailand

 

 

 

Title Deeds in Thailand may be mainly divided into 4 categories as follows:

 

 

FREEHOLD TITLE DEED (CHANOTE OR NOR SOR 4)

 

This type of title grants the holder of this document the full rights over the land. Thus, if you are planning to buy land in Thailand, this type of title deed is the best title deed to hold.

 

 

NOR SOR 3 GOR

 

A land awaiting a full title deed is granted the document Nor Sor 3 Kor. The land is measured by the Land Department; therefore, it has its exact boundaries. The owner knows exactly what he owns. This type of land may be sold, transferred, or mortgaged, as a land with freehold title deed (Chanote) as long as it is ready to be a full title deed. In order to change the title to a Chanote, the owner of the land may file a petition to the Land Department to file a request to change it to a full title deed (Chanote), and the Land Department may do so if there is no opposition made against the petition.

 

 

NOR SOR 3

 

The difference between this type of land title deed and the Nor Sor 3 Gor is that a land with Nor Sor 3 title has never yet been measured by the Land Department; hence the land has no exact boundaries. However, the Nor Sor 3 title may later be switched to a Nor Sor 3 Gor, then furthermore, transform that title to a freehold title deed (Chanote) in the future.

 

 

POSSESSORY RIGHT

 

This type of title deed is least recommended. A land with a possessory right has never been substantiated by Department, but is only recognized by tax payments at the Local Administrative Office. It is essential to bear in mind that title deeds other than one of a Chanote, is not able to register any leases against the land such as, usufructs, mortgages or superficies in order to gain or encumbrance. Although Thai Law stipulates that a foreigner may not own land in Thailand, there are alternative options to owning a land in Thailand.

 

Before buying any land or parting with your money get some GOOD legal advice. Please be careful of the place you get the advice from. Drew Noyes is not a Lawyer and has extensive links to the people involved in these scams.

 

You can see from the lack of response from the ex pats on this subject that many guys are involved with or concerned about making comments on this group of people. Get more than one opinion and be careful who you trust.

There are some that only employ words for the purpose of disguising their thoughts.

 

Voltaire

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