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Koh Samui: Only 10% of properties - some owned by foreigners - on disputed hills are legal

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Irregularities? Doesn't he mean blatant fraud and criminal activity by the land department and the judiciary that was supposed to be keeping things honest? I would wager that it involves a lot more th

Don’t investigate the developers. Look at where the land titles and planning permits came from. 

I wonder who sold the land in the first place? Not the 'furious' locals, surely.

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Lots and lots of infinity pools with sea views.

I wonder if they will take them down while there is now such a low occupancy rate.

The brown envelopes must be getting scarce these days i guess.

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

Nah, they'll be abandoned and left to slowly rot.

That's the Thai way.


Not necessarily. 
The southern Thais are a lot more proactive than their Northern and Central cousins. 
Hundreds of encroaching buildings have been bulldozed in Phuket and Phangnga in the last decade. 






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