พนัน &#เดิมพันเกมส์กีฬา คาสิโน หวยรัฐบาล77;88-.bancavn http://www.baidu.com/32e Wed, 05 Sep 2018 09:37:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.23 The Risks of Purchasing Land or Owning a Business Using Thai Nominees http://www.baidu.com/32e/the-risks-of-purchasing-land-or-owning-a-business-using-thai-nominees/ /32e/the-risks-of-purchasing-land-or-owning-a-business-using-thai-nominees/#comments Wed, 05 Sep 2018 09:37:09 +0000 /32e/?p=1278 Central_Plaza_Lat_Phrao

 

 

 

 

 

Using Thai nominees to own a business or purchase land as a foreigner in Thailand has become an increasingly popular way to circumvent Thai land and business laws in recent years.

Under พนัน &#เดิมพันเกมส์กีฬา คาสิโน หวยรัฐบาล77;88-current Thai law, foreigners are only allowed to purchase land or own a business if they take the proper legal steps.

Many foreigners find this troublesome though and resort to finding Thai nominees who will sponsor the ownership of the land or business as the leading shareholder–in name only.

To learn more about Thai nominees and the risk involved in using them, consult the video below:

For a Thai and American law firm specializing in helping foreigners obtain land or businesses in Thailand, contact the expert Thailand lawyers at Chaninat & Leeds.

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Insects as a Staple Food in Thailand-Interview with AFFIA Co-Creator Nathan Preteseille http://www.baidu.com/32e/insects-as-a-staple-food-in-thailand-interview-with-affia-co-creator-nathan-preteseille/ /32e/insects-as-a-staple-food-in-thailand-interview-with-affia-co-creator-nathan-preteseille/#comments Tue, 06 Jun 2017 10:04:10 +0000 /32e/?p=1237 Would you eat cricket pasta?

AFFIA- Asian Food and Feed Insect Association is a Bangkok based association that promotes insects as ¡°food and feed¡±.

According to their website, AFFIA¡¯s main objective is to bring ¡°industry and research stakeholders from the insects¡¯ sector in a collaborative movement towards the development of entomoculture, entomophagy and their related activities.¡±

This video was sponsored by Chaninat & Leeds, Thailand¡¯s leading family law firm

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Thailand Passes First Debt-Collection Law to Stop Abuse http://www.baidu.com/32e/thailand-passes-first-debt-collection-law-to-stop-abuse/ /32e/thailand-passes-first-debt-collection-law-to-stop-abuse/#comments Fri, 20 Mar 2015 09:37:02 +0000 /32e/?p=1233 A new debt-collection law that prohibits the use of abuse to collect debts and imposes new penalties was approved and will take effect within the next 6 months, reports Thai PBS.

A first inThailand¡¯s history, the new law makes it illegal for debt collectors or credit lenders to get their money back through the use of abusive, threatening or deceptive practices such as public announcement of debtor¡¯s names, false representation as a lawyer or government official, or imposing unfair fees.?

Chaninat and Leeds has a legal team of professional Thailand process servers and investigators with decades of experience successfully delivering subpoenas, lawsuits, summons, and other legal documents.??

Violators could face 3-5 years in prison and/or a fine of 300,000-500,000 baht under the new law, according to Thai PBS.

The new law was announced in the Royal Gazette on March 6 and will take effect with 180 days after the announcement.

Read the full story here.

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Thailand Land and House Property Tax Rate Approved http://www.baidu.com/32e/thailand-land-and-house-property-tax-rate-approved/ /32e/thailand-land-and-house-property-tax-rate-approved/#comments Thu, 19 Mar 2015 04:36:51 +0000 /32e/?p=1230 Thailand¡¯s Finance Ministry has proposed a new tax rate for land and buildings and has widened the ceiling tax waiver in a new effort to ease public concern over the imminent property taxes, reports the Bangkok Post.

The Ministry has proposed a 0.1 percent, 0.05 percent and 0.2 percent tax for residential homeowners, farmers who own agricultural land and landlords for commercial land, respectively. Unutilized or vacant land would be taxed 0.5 percent.

Chaninat and Leeds¡¯ Thailand real estate attorneys have successfully assisted hundreds of Thai and foreign, private and corporate clients with buying and selling real estate in Thailand.??

The ministry also widened the ceiling tax waiver amount for residences to 1.5 million baht from earlier proposed 1 million baht.

Finance Minister Sommai Phasee said the proposed property tax bill is scheduled to go before the cabinet this month. If passed, it would not take effect until 2017 at least, due to the amount of time to complete the necessary land and house appraisals.

At the current proposed rates, the new property taxes, if passed, would generate an estimated 200 billion baht in revenue, compared to the 25 billion collected from the current tax, according to the Bangkok Post.

Read the full story here and here.

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Thailand Company Registration http://www.baidu.com/32e/starting-a-business-in-thailand-2/ /32e/starting-a-business-in-thailand-2/#comments Tue, 30 Oct 2012 09:25:16 +0000 /32e/?p=998 Thailand Law provides for several different types of business organizations. The regulations controlling establishing a business in Thailand are found in the Thailand Civil and Commercial Code. Special types of Business entities for foreigners (non-Thai nationals) in Thailand are provided for in laws such as the Board of Investment Act and the Foreign Business Act B.E 2542 (A.D. 1999).

The most commonly used types of Company registrations in Thailand take on the following forms:

  • Thailand Sole Proprietorship

A sole proprietorship is a solo-owned business by a single natural person.Thailand sole proprietorship is restricted to foreign nationals living in Thailand.

  • Thailand Partnerships

Thailand partnerships are contracts for an organization of two or more persons engaged in a business venture in which the profits and losses are shared proportionally. There are different types of business partnerships in Thailand. The legal responsibilities attached to the partners vary in the different types of partnerships although the general rules governing all types of Thailand partnerships are similar.

  1. Unregistered Ordinary Partnerships

Business partners in an ordinary partnership in Thailand are equally liable for all obligations and debts of the partnership. This type of partnership is not required to register with the Thai Commercial Registration Office (CRD) so that the partnership is taxed at the rate applicable to individual partners.

  1. Registered Ordinary Partnerships

A registered ordinary partnership in Thailand is registered with the Thai Commercial Registration Office. This type of partnership is taxed as juristic person. Registered ordinary partnerships are required by Thai law to submit an annual financial report and pay corporate income taxes. However, incomes may also be reported on individual partner¡¯s tax returns.

  1. Limited ?Partnerships

A limited partnership in Thailand is required to register with the Thai Commercial Registration Office. Limited partnerships are taxed as juristic person and required to submit a financial report every 12 months. ?The partners in a limited partnership are classified into two:

General partners– this type of partners in a limited partnership are financers. General partners are liable to the partnerships¡¯ financial obligations and have full authority to manage the business.

Limited partners ¨C a limited partner¡®s liability is limited to the amount of money or valuable assets invested in the business. ?Limited partners do not have the authority to manage the business.

  • Thailand Limited Companies

Limited companies are probably the most commonly used business structure in Thailand particularly for non-Thais.? Limited private companies in Thailand are required to register a Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association. A Thailand limited private company must at least have 3 shareholders. A limited private company with a non-Thai national with more than 49% shares of the company is generally subject to the restrictions of the Foreign Business Act.

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Thailand Foreign Business License http://www.baidu.com/32e/thailand-foreign-business-license-2/ /32e/thailand-foreign-business-license-2/#comments Tue, 30 Oct 2012 09:19:58 +0000 /32e/?p=995 A Thailand foreign company is a business entity which shares are majority-owned by non-Thai nationals or foreigners. Certain types of businesses are prohibited to be owned by non-Thai persons or activities if they are listed in the prohibited categories of Foreign Business Act. If the foreign company or entity seeks to conduct business in one of the prohibited categories of business, it must obtain a business license according to the provisions of the Foreign Business Act B.E. 2542 (A.D. 1999). ?A foreign business license in Thailand allows foreign investors to conduct and manage foreign businesses that are normally restricted to foreign nationals under Thai law.

Thailand foreign business restrictions

The following data are types of industries restricted to foreign investors to conduct in Thailand as prescribed in the Foreign Business Act:

List 1:? List of businesses that are exclusive to Thai nationals

  • Newspaper publication, radio broadcasting and TV station
  • Land trading
  • Trading and auctioning of Thai antiques or Thai historical objects

List 2: ?This list of businesses is grouped into 3 categories and is permitted to foreign investors under special conditions.

Category 1 ¨C Business affecting national safety or security businesses

  • Production, selling, repairing of firearms, gun powder and explosives
  • Production, selling, repairing of ships, aircrafts or military vehicles
  • Domestic land, waterway or air transportation, including domestic airline business.

Category 2- Business affecting arts and cultures, traditional and folk handicrafts

  • ?Trading of antiques or handicrafts
  • ?Production of Thai musical instruments
  • Production of goldware, silverware, nielloware, bronzeware or lacquerware

Category 3- Business affecting natural resources or environment

  • Manufacturing of sugar from sugarcane
  • Mining, including stone blasting or crushing
  • Wood fabrication for furniture and utensil production.

List 3 ¨C List of prohibited international competitive business which Thai nationals are still unequipped to compete with.

  • Production of plywood, veneer board, chipboard or hardboard
  • Production of lime
  • Engineering service business
  • Architecture service business
  • Legal and accounting service business
  • Tour agency
  • Selling food or beverages

Obtaining a Thailand Foreign Business License

Thailand companies with majority of foreign ownership require obtaining a foreign business license from the Foreign Licensing Department of the Ministry of Commerce. The process is often facilitated when Thai BOI approval is obtained. A foreign business license may potentially grant non-Thai nationals 100 % ownership for types of businesses under certain categories of otherwise prohibited businesses. Factors affecting the approval and issuance of a Thai foreign business license may include the impact on Thai employment, transfer of technology, benefits to the public and the ability of Thai nationals to perform the activity, among others. Generally, the application process for a Thailand foreign business license is very lengthy and complex. It may take a minimum of four months for foreign companies to receive a decision on its application.

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Registering a Non-Government Organization or NGO in Thailand http://www.baidu.com/32e/registering-a-non-government-organization-or-ngo-in-thailand/ /32e/registering-a-non-government-organization-or-ngo-in-thailand/#comments Tue, 30 Oct 2012 09:15:32 +0000 /32e/?p=992 Registering a Non-Government Organization (NGO) in ThailandNGOs (Non-Government Organizations) operate in Thailand in a variety of areas. Many NGOs operate in the border areas or impoverished areas of Thailand, providing educational, medical, charitable or other services. Other NGOs focus on economic or community development. Foreign workers and volunteers, along with the NGOs themselves are subject to Thai law and must obtain licenses and permits to operate legally in Thailand.

Thailand law does not use the term ¡°Non-Government Organization¡± or ¡°NGO¡±.? Normally, foreign organizations register as either a Foreign Private Organizations or as a locally registered Foundation.

A Foundation is a legal entity registered with the Thai Ministry of Interior for public benefit purposes such as charity, religion, arts, science, literature and education and other activities that may serve the public¡¯s interest.

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Thailand Work Permit http://www.baidu.com/32e/thailand-work-permit/ /32e/thailand-work-permit/#comments Tue, 30 Oct 2012 09:11:58 +0000 /32e/?p=989 Non-Thai nationals who wish to work or conduct a business in Thailand are required to obtain a non-immigrant visa (NON-B visa) that will grant a foreigner permission to stay in Thailand for a period of time as well as a work permit that would allow work in Thailand. A common misconception is that a Non-B visa alone authorizes the visa holder to lawfully engage in work in Thailand. A Non-B visa is a pre-requisite to obtaining a Thailand work permit that will grant a foreigner permission to work or conduct a business while staying in Thailand. A Thailand work permit is applied for and approved only in conjunction with a valid and appropriate visa process.

Additional requirements to obtain a Thailand work permit include:

  • The business or the job offer ?must not be restricted to Thai nationals
  • The job involves work for which Thai nationals are otherwise qualified.
  • The business or hiring company must meet capital and employee size requirements.
  • Non-Thai nationals or foreign workers must possess the correct category of a valid visa or residence permit.
  • Salary offered by hiring companies to foreign workers must meet the minimum salary requirements of the Thai Ministry of Labor.
  • The foreigner must be qualified for the work.

A work permit allows non-Thai nationals to lawfully work in Thailand. Working without a work permit in Thailand is illegal and is punishable by imprisonment and monetary fines. The punishment imposed varies based on the category of work that the person engaged in Thailand.

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Registering a Thailand Amity Treaty Company http://www.baidu.com/32e/registering-a-thailand-amity-treaty-company/ /32e/registering-a-thailand-amity-treaty-company/#comments Tue, 30 Oct 2012 09:08:40 +0000 /32e/?p=986 The Treaty of Amity is a treaty between the United States and Thailand that commemorates the historical relationship between Thailand and the USA. The treaty is intended to promote trade, commerce, cultural understanding between the two States and also provide for special legal rights for the citizens of each nation.

The US- Thai Amity Treaty provides US citizens special rights to run businesses in Thailand and also provides Thai citizens special privileges to run businesses in the USA. The treaty allows US citizens in Thailand to hold a majority of shares in companies engaging in certain business enterprises in which majority ownership is generally restricted to Thai citizens under the Foreign Business Act.

Companies with the following requirements may qualify to register under the Treaty of Amity:

  • At least 51% of the company shares must be own by American citizens.
  • In general, the company directors must be American citizens.

Treaty of Amity business capital requirements:

  • Businesses not restricted under the Foreign Business Act must have the capital requirement of 2 million Baht for a Treaty-protected company.
  • Businesses that are required to obtain a Foreign Business License under the Foreign Business Act must have the minimum capital requirement of 3 million Baht for each business activity.

The primary benefit of the Amity Treaty to US citizens in Thailand is to manage and own companies in Thailand without needing majority Thai shareholders. In other words, foreigners who are not US citizens would normally require a Thai partner holding 50% or more of the shares in the company to legally conduct business in Thailand.

The Amity Treaty provides Americans an exception to the ¡°Thai partner¡± requirement that is not available to other nationalities. However, the right is limited and does not apply to all types of business activities.

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Applying for Thailand Board Of Investment (BOI) Promotion http://www.baidu.com/32e/applying-for-thailand-board-of-investment-boi-promotion/ /32e/applying-for-thailand-board-of-investment-boi-promotion/#comments Tue, 30 Oct 2012 09:04:19 +0000 /32e/?p=983 พนัน &#เดิมพันเกมส์กีฬา คาสิโน หวยรัฐบาล77;88-The Thailand Board of Investments (BOI) is responsible for implementing Thai government policy for promoting certain business deemed beneficial to the Thai economy. Thai BOI assists Thais and foreign investors to start and conduct businesses in desirable areas of economic activities by offering a system of incentives.

Thailand BOI Incentives

The Thailand BOI incentives are classified into the following types:

  • Tax Incentives

?A BOI promoted company in Thailand may be eligible to receive an exemption or reduction of import taxes duties and may also be eligible to be exempted from a juristic person¡¯s tax and dividends, as well as double deductions from the cost of transportation, electricity, water and project¡¯s infrastructure installation.

  • Non-Tax Incentives

Local and foreign businesses certified by the Thai BOI are eligible to hire foreign skilled workers and experts. Further, the BOI provides for express non-immigrant visa and work permit processing through ¡°One-stop Visa¡±. Non-tax incentives may also permit foreign freehold landownership to businesses involved in industrial related projects.

Setting up a Thai BOI Promoted Company

Investors seeking to do businesses in Thailand may apply for a Thai BOI promotion. The BOI categorizes industries according to types and provides application forms specific to each industry.? Generally, companies that are given priority for Thai BOI licensing are those involved in technology and innovation, manufacturing and export and other investments showing potential business growth.?? Non-industrial businesses such as nursing homes for the aged and movie productions are also promoted by the Thai BOI with investment incentives.

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