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Posted 2012-02-24 14:23:48
Yeah, as above stated topic, can foreigners buy and own agriculture land in thailand? How much is needed for a typical size farm?
Posted 2012-02-24 23:32:20
I guess the simple answer is: Cant own land. Any kind.
The way around: wife owns it.
The size: depends what you want to do, grow, rear.
Posted 2012-02-25 07:49:42
Like Tingtong said Farangs can not But wife can
That means you better be show of your partner first.
Size depends on where you are and what you will farm. Just remember the bigger it is the more headaches you have
Posted 2012-02-25 08:55:06
And as was much talked before, be aware the different land titles, and the rights each gives you. they anything, but equal.
Edited by tingtong, 2012-02-25 08:57:56.
Posted 2012-02-25 09:25:21
Howdy you really need to do your homework before posting this as this has been covered 500 different ways from sideways and back. Check all the old info available and then post a variant on the subjuect eith your personal wants wishes and questions but you aren't going to get too much info from others on this because we have covered this subject so many different times with newbies. We all were once so go to "pinned topics" subjects for help as a Newbie (this is one of the first 15 or so subjects available in this forum) and they have a section tho help you as a Newbie then research below that in the topics for more info that is available and then resubmit a new topic specific to your needs you will get a better response and hopefully the info you need. Fine in the Forums with Fords Forever
Posted 2012-02-26 09:53:56
Ok guys, sorry for the bother. I'll look up the archives. Thanks for the heads up.
Posted 2012-02-26 22:07:57
Just buy land in wifes name and if you want to make sure u r safe make an lease for 30 years of the said land and enjoy
Posted 2012-02-27 04:36:45
farang can own farmland ,
sure, <deleted> rolls uphill , in the southern hemisphere .
Posted 2012-02-27 04:50:45
This is a great way to show your wife that you don't trust her and/or your relationship.
Posted 2012-02-27 05:25:44
Why do people insist on posting smart comments. If you have nothing constructive to say surely there are plenty of other places to be an ass. People are looking for help and advise not a hard time.
Posted 2012-02-27 09:35:11
It is not the wife you have to trust, it his her extended family! Accidents happen. Let's also just say that your wife passes away and in the same month her mother was dying and needed an expensive operation, the family could sell the (your) land and save the mother in law or not? Of course you might want to save her. You probably would accuse me of being heartless ton even raise this but let's be honest, there are many people in this situation every day and most of us do not donate all our farm to help someone live abit longer but someone else's land maybe. Keep control of your assets is prudent in any country. I wonder if any research has been done to compare statistically the number of farang who trusted their wife with their money and regretted it. Would be statistically significant me thinks and none of them dreamt it would happen to them