The tenant: if it is necessary for the tenant to leave before the agreed date, he usually loses his deposit. If the rental agreement stipulates that the tenant can terminate his contract with sufficient time (a period of 60 days is usually indicated), he can recover his deposit. As with the purchase of real estate, the land for rent (property) should have an unpolluted and legal deed of ownership and should not concern. B only property rights or mortgage or immovable land transferred by the previous owner as part of a right of withdrawal, as this could affect the validity of the rental agreement and its implementation. A misunderstanding about the rent or rent law and how to structure a long-term land rental agreement in Thailand often leads to the following mistakes: I received my full deposit when I returned to the United States, just as the landlord promised me that he would return it to me if the place was in good condition, but the events that led to the few agreements signed, proved that trust was a huge problem between landlords and tenants in Thailand. There is no obligation for the landlord to make a declaration of eviction to the tenant at the end of the rental agreement. Although this is not a common practice for renting real estate in Thailand, the landlord might want the tenant to provide a deposit, which is mentioned in the rental agreement and co-signed this document. In accordance with Thailand`s rent and rent laws, any real estate lease (fixed-term rental) of more than 3 years must be in writing and recorded on the land ownership deed (deed of land ownership or co-ownership) as registered in the provincial or regional office registers section 538 Civil and Commercial CodeThai-LoiThai Section 538 Civil Code: “A rental of real estate is not enforceable unless there is written evidence signed by the responsible party. If the rent is more than three years or for the duration of the letter or the tenant, it is enforceable only for three years, unless it is written and registered by the competent agent. If the lease between the parties is not registered with the Land Department, the lease is only applicable by judicial means for a period of 3 years. The duration of a registered rental agreement may not exceed thirty years (art. 540 Thai Law, translation § 540 Civil and Commercial Code: “The duration of a rental of real estate may not exceed thirty years. If it is carried out for a longer period, this period shall be reduced to thirty years.
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