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We recently moved to a new residence and the owner has now informed us they want nothing to do with TM30 reporting.

Our last registration was done online with no problems, CW occasionally asked for the owners blue book and a signed ID photocopy both of which we were given.

 

Is there any way around this problem? We would rather not move again if possible. CW doesn't accept the possessor of the lease agreement option, it's the owner's blue book and ID or nothing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, dutchweller said:

Did you sign a contract with them as a foreigner?

 

Few options.

 

Tell them you will be Reporting them to tax department.

 

Find another place (the market is flooded and if owners are not flexible there is plenty to choose from)

 

 

Little point in telling them that.  TM30 & they will be telling the tax mob them selves.

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21 minutes ago, malt25 said:

Little point in telling them that.  TM30 & they will be telling the tax mob them selves.

There is nothing to say that TM30 data goes to the tax office, a TM30 can be for an owner, a friend not paying any rent, a husband etc, it doesnt automatically mean a property is being rented out.

Its that sort of misinformation that has Thais reluctant to do TM30s

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I've made the TM30 registration process part of my move-in procedures. A landlord who fails to sign the form and provide me with the requisite copies when the contract is being signed neither gets my signature nor my deposit. Their choice. So far, no issues, but I've read too many reports such as this one over the years.

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2 minutes ago, Almer said:

I thought TM30 was scraped !!!

It still has to be done in certain cases. Dependent upon the type of visa or extension you have they are not required unless you change your address that immigration has on file.

Hotels and etc are still doing them.

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2 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

It still has to be done in certain cases. Dependent upon the type of visa or extension you have they are not required unless you change your address that immigration has on file.

Hotels and etc are still doing them.

Ubonjoe, i sit with a retirement for several years living in the same house and think i am not needed to notify for an out of province jolly.

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13 minutes ago, Almer said:

Ubonjoe, i sit with a retirement for several years living in the same house and think i am not needed to notify for an out of province jolly.

No. Even if you exit Thailand and return to same place your living you would not do a TM30

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