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    End of the year ideas for helping others

    By modsquad, Created on: 21/12/2010, Last updated on: 21/12/2010

    » There are many readers out there who want to help, but they do not know to whom and where to give. If you are looking for where and whom to help, here is list of worthy causes. CHILDREN - Youth Shelter: Located in Samut Prakan province, Ban Tawan Mai is a shelter for abandoned children from broken...

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    PR news / Promotions / Events

    NEW MEDIA MERGER A MAJOR PLUS FOR THAILAND’S DIGITAL SCENE

    By prnews, Created on: 21/12/2010, Last updated on: 21/12/2010

    » [b:35b5oz2t]NEW MEDIA MERGER A MAJOR PLUS FOR THAILAND’S DIGITAL SCENE[/b:35b5oz2t] Bangkok, 14 December 2010 – New Media Edge, one of Thailand’s most respected digital media agencies, has acquired Media Plus, a leading social media and branded content specialist, to create New Media Plus, a...

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    GlenAsia Tropical Beach Resort & Residence Rayong

    By prnews, Created on: 21/12/2010, Last updated on: 21/12/2010

    » GlenAsia, a Thai-Scandinavian joint-ventured property development, is highly proud to introduce “GlenAsia Tropical Beach Resort & Residence Rayong, the exclusive alternative to modern and luxurious lifestyle for the high-end class who is looking for seaside house and condominium at the pristine...

    • 0 replies, 3,289 views

    Buying property + home in Thailand : issues + guidelines

    Re: Farangs Barred From Buying Thai Land

    By pachangamac042, Created on: 27/05/2009, Last updated on: 22/12/2015

    » [quote="Papadragon":19d1c84s] [b:19d1c84s]Foreigners cannot use a Thai spouse as a nominee to buy property in Thailand, however. “If the Thai spouse has enough money to buy the house that is fine, but if the Thai has no money and uses money given to him or her by a foreigner to acquire...

    • dovedaly commented : [quote="Ian":155up1d1][quote="alex1":155up1d1] It appears that matter might have another reason too. If You married with a Thai girl, You bought the house on her name, as a farang cannot own land, but if she dies before you, you might get all what she ownd including the house. As You cannot own the land, you have to sell it, but how you can sell somthing, you don' t own? At least the Government need to sell it and might fear, you' ll claim the price. But if they conclude on the fact that house was bought with your money, you'll get nothig [/quote:155up1d1] Under present law, if you have reciprocal wills you can inherit house and land legally for one year, during that time you have to sell it to a Thai. As barring accidents she will outlive you the situation does not arise.[/quote:155up1d1] My wife owned land before Met her. She inherited some more and a house. I funded the completion of the Build. I also bought a Block no building yet, in a rural village not for me or an investment return but for her and my Thai Children. Would that be taken off her because I am a Farrang and what she already owned though she may not have had the funds to complete house or buy extra farmland from brother to expand his Business and Village Land from neighbors for Ducks and chickens play area and maybe future home and rural restaurant.

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