Employment law is the body of legal rules which define the voluntary contractual relations between employees and employers. Areas of regulation include employee fringe benefits, payment of wages, payment of bonuses, conditions of service, workplace leave, and termination of service.
SETTING UP A BUSINESS IN THAILAND
Foreign business in Thailand is principally governed by the Foreign Business Act B.E. 2542 (1999). The main objective of the Act is to regulate foreign-owned businesses and protect specific local industries.
For much of history, immovable property was considered as the most important asset that people could possess, use, sell, or buy. Today, intellectual property is a constant part of our daily life and plays an even greater role than physical property in the economic system.
BUYING REAL PROPERTY IN THAILAND
Do you want to buy a parcel of land, condominium units or houses in Thailand? This is what you need to know about Thai law.
What you need to know about Law in Thailand?
There are many laws and regulations which may impact you, your family and your business. Click here to read what our legal advisor from MILA law firm Bangkok recommend you.