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My GF has 2 children still living in remote village. She wants to put their name in my Tabien Baan, Blue book as being PR. This needs to be done so the kids can come live here with the possibility for them to attend school here.Can this have any other legal implications?  

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As long as mother in law plus her new husband, wife's 6 brothers with kids plus 7 uncles, 15 aunts ... not moving in too, it should be fine.

.... and so it begins...  Good Luck, mate 😉  

Hope it's not my condo. The few children here cause chaos screaming and shouting which reverbarates along every corridor.

31 minutes ago, mahjongguy said:

Doesn't that affect where they can get and not get free medical care?

Yes it does, but since they will be living, studying on my Tabien Baan their official address will be here, that includes care.

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21 minutes ago, blackcab said:

There are no legal implications for you as the house book is a register of who lives at the property. It does not cover any type of right to ownership.

 

As you are entered into the blue book due to having  PR, I assume you are the house master. This means that in the future you have the ability to remove any other person registered in the book.

 

If you are not the house master but you own the property you can still remove people from the house book, but it can be a lot more complicated.

Thank you. Please explain difference between house master and owner...

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They will get medical care in your district, not having to pay for treatment at your local hospital and then returning home to continue, starting the tabien ban process from there.

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Just now, jomtienisgood said:

Thank you. Please explain difference between house master and owner...

 

The owner owns the property, and their name is written on the back of the title deed.

 

The house master is the first named entry in the blue book.

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3 minutes ago, blackcab said:

 

The owner owns the property, and their name is written on the back of the title deed.

 

The house master is the first named entry in the blue book.

Then, I have both of them, what a relief.... Thanks for info.

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14 minutes ago, blackcab said:

 

The owner owns the property, and their name is written on the back of the title deed.

 

The house master is the first named entry in the blue book.

For a farang owning a condo there is no "first" name in the blue book. If you add a thai name they are the first and only name.

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6 minutes ago, Henryford said:

For a farang owning a condo there is no "first" name in the blue book. If you add a thai name they are the first and only name.

 

As stated, the OP has permanent residence. PR's are listed in blue books.

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Non whatsoever, just bear in mind that you need a Thai added to the Blue book first as Housemaster...I had to do the same, get some random Thai that was willing to help me...I also required documents showing where they were resident befor. They won't get in a government school if they ain't registered locally.

 

Just seen OP has PR...

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15 minutes ago, baansgr said:

Non whatsoever, just bear in mind that you need a Thai added to the Blue book first as Housemaster...I had to do the same, get some random Thai that was willing to help me...I also required documents showing where they were resident befor. They won't get in a government school if they ain't registered locally.

 

Just seen OP has PR...

 

My son was in a housebook in Prachinburi but went to school in Bangkok he now goes to school in Hua Hin

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