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Hua Hin: Two hundred Illegal hotels apply for amnesty

 

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Talknewsonline reported a local official as saying that more than 200 hotels had applied for an amnesty to continue operating in Hua Hin. 

 

Regulations issued by the Interior Ministry on June 12th gave operators of illegal hotels nationwide until September 9th - next Monday - to apply for an amnesty that will last through until August 2021.

 

Jirawat Phramanee of the Hua Hin municipality said that more than 200 illegal and unregistered establishments had so far applied for the amnesty. 

 

It is understood that such establishments will have two years to comply fully with the regulations or face being shut down for good. 

 

Source: Talknewsonline

 

 

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1 hour ago, seajae said:

if built without any legal approval they should be demolished, they simply waited as long as possible to ask for amnesty so they could increase their profits. The govt needs to crack down on all the illegal traders/businesses operating in Thailand and hit them with massive fines as well, money is all they understand

I think the rooms are so important for tourism so that they can't remove them immediately. There seem to be so many. 

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

will have two years to comply

Thats a long LONG time in Thailand and the way things are  going theyll go our of business before anyway

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

I'm elderly, retired and fully funded thanks.

Me too....

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So possibly 200 hotels that probably have never done TM30 reports for their tourist guests.. 

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6 hours ago, seajae said:

if built without any legal approval they should be demolished, they simply waited as long as possible to ask for amnesty so they could increase their profits. The govt needs to crack down on all the illegal traders/businesses operating in Thailand and hit them with massive fines as well, money is all they understand

None were build without any approval , most were built with residential approval but later turned into a hotel.

 

whole saga is absolute nonsense , already being said hundreds of times .

 

all the “illegal” are legal to rent monthly but illegal to rent daily .

 

all 200 can not get their affairs in order because they do not have and can not get hotel license .

 

even all those that manage to comply with all the silly ruler like green zones , they come to a dead end of initial construction approvals.

 

if something is illegal then it should be illegal for all uses , not illegal for daily but legal for monthly .

 

safe for monthly but illegal for daily 

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