Civil and Commercial Code You Should Know When Renting in Thailand

Civil and Commercial Code You Should Know When Renting in Thailand

A law in Thailand which has been enforced since 2018 means that the business of renting residential properties becomes a contract-controlled business. This means you have protection standards if the landlord is conducting a rental property business under the law. 

If you’re thinking about renting long-term then you should make yourself familiar with the following sections of the Civil and Commercial Code.

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Nick has been living in Chiang Mai for many years as a teacher and now works for a local real estate agency. He is from Australia and he has also lived in Saudi Arabia. When not writing, he can be found singing in a band and working out everyday.
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