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I owned a house in a village in Pattaya in a company name and was a member of the management committee there. I subsequently sold it and purchased another house in the same village but this time in my Thai girlfriends name. I was advised that I could no longer be on the committee unless we married and I would then in effect be the husband of a house owner.

Does anyone know if this is Thai law or just the rules from our village.

 

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You asked the same question the other day in the real estate forum. Are you hoping for a different answer?

 

Basically the condo act doesnt apply, there is no "village act", and so the village can do what it wants.

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1 hour ago, lelapin said:

I was advised that I could no longer be on the committee unless we married and I would then in effect be the husband of a house owner.

Perhaps ask them if she gives you a POA (the juristic can decide the wording) will that also make it ok and if not why not?

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Please do not cross post to multiple forums, thank you.

 

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