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If you require the services of Bangkok Lawyers or Solicitors for business registration, immigration or divorce, Bangkok is the location of the head offices of the Ministry of Commerce, Department of Justice, Land Office and most other administration of justice and commerce offices in Thailand. With branches in all the main cities of Thailand with our head office in Bangkok, we are best able to assist you with your legal needs.
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Can I engage your firm on a fixed fee basis for a civil or criminal litigation matter?
Generally, yes. If your matter is reasonably straightforward we can usually arrange to conduct the work on a fixed fee basis. If we believe your matter is complex, particularly urgent, high value, likely to be very time consuming or will necessitate the significant involvement of a Partner, it is likely that we will need to deal with the matter on an hourly rate basis. If your matter involves multiple jurisdictions, it is also likely that a Partner will need to be involved.
Will I need to execute a Power of Attorney (POA) for your firm to deal with my claim or matter?
Yes, Thai Courts require a properly drafted and executed Power of Attorney in order for a Thai lawyer to act on behalf of any party. In the absence of a POA, any claim or other matter will almost certainly be rejected.
Are there prescription periods (aka Statute of Limitations periods) for claims in Thai Law?
Yes, there are prescription periods that will affect the time within which a claim must be filed. Failure to comply with the relevant period of prescription will usually result in a claim being barred. Prescription periods vary significantly according to the type of claim being made.
How much are court fees for a civil claim in a Thai court?
Fees vary based upon the value of the claim and the particular court, but generally do not exceed 200,000 THB.
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