Since landlords in Thailand are not keen on the Thai legal system, you should be careful before signing a rental contract.
A good rental contract shouldn’t only specify what you must do and must not do. It should also state what the landlord must do and must not do as well.
A rental contract might state that it allows the landlord to enter your room at any time without notice. Although this is rare, it still happens.
So, let’s take a look at what you must check before signing a rental contract.
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