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Legal seminar, in Thai language, with our CEO and founder Dr. Natcha Holmqvist. The seminar will be held on the 9 September 2023 at Prince of Songkla University Phuket campus from 8.30 am until 4.00 pm. Contact us for more information if you would like to attend: info@hwal-legal.com
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Thailand’s legal system is a complex and multifaceted structure that ensures justice and fairness are upheld in the country. If you find yourself in a legal dispute or needing to address legal matters in Thailand, understanding the hierarchy of its courts is crucial. In this blog post, we will explore the three different courts in...
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Introduction Thailand’s booming real estate market has attracted investors from around the globe seeking lucrative opportunities. Its tropical climate, beautiful landscapes, and relatively low property prices have made it an enticing prospect for those looking to purchase real estate. However, before diving headfirst into this market, it is crucial to understand and navigate the potential...
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In the dynamic landscape of the legal profession, maintaining confidentiality is paramount. In Phuket, a vibrant international hub, businesses and individuals seek legal counsel to protect their interests. As a leading Phuket international law firm, we understand the significance of safeguarding sensitive information. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of non-disclosure agreements...
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One of the most effective ways of holding negligent parties accountable is by filing a Class-Action Lawsuit. It involves a large number of people however, may take a little more time. So why is it preferred? – Simple, it is much easier to get compensated for any issue using a class action Phuket suit, than...
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First things first, what is a prenuptial agreement? Also known as an ante-nuptial agreement or premarital agreement, a prenup is a written contract entered by two individuals prior to marriage or a civil union. This enables them to control many of the legal rights they acquire upon marrying, and what happens when their marriage eventually...
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Buying a business is quite risky, especially if you don’t take precautionary measures. Why so? Let’s put this into perspective; when you buy a tangible asset such as a car or one of the beautiful pieces of real estate in Phuket, you can easily inspect the property (or hire a professional) to determine the value...
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Intellectual property laws are very crucial for businessmen. if you are looking to create an organization within the kingdom of Thailand, then it pays to read about Thailand’s intellectual property laws and guidelines. It’s a very complicated topic, however, and may span several articles. For starters, however, allow us to provide some brief and fundamental...
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What is Force Majeure? It is a French term directly translating to ‘greater force’. Thailand’s Civil and Commercial Code defines it as “an event or pernicious result that could not be prevented despite efforts by the affected person to take appropriate care as may be expected from them in such a situation”. In matters law,...
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Planning to travel to Thailand – or settle in the ‘Land of Smiles’? If so, it’s highly advisable to obtain a valid Thai driving license to stay on the safe side of the law. As an experienced Phuket law firm, we understand that it’s easy for foreigners to feel overwhelmed or confused by the new traffic...
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