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Irish man claims his house, land worth Bt65 million defrauded

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What would happen if you don't pay?

You go to gaol.

That's why steven100's post laughing at "a farang getting ripped off by Thai authorities" is naive.

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This is a forum, not a text message. Please use basic capitalization and punctuation or it will just wind up in the trash.

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This is a sad story for a man who strove to do the right thing by his family, starting a business, investing heavily in it with the full understanding and realisation that all his assets would one day pass to his children upon his eventual demise. It seems that he exercised due diligence in engaging lawyers, skirted a bit around the law by having nominees etc.

So he couldn't have invested the money for his children in his home country?

He had to do it illegally in Thailand?

As others asked, the police said he would have the land back in his name a week ago,

Happen or not?

I'm thinking not, all hot air and corruption.

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If I read it correctly - the land was in his wife's name, or possibly a company name within which he had a minority share. Any restitution would never revert ownership to the farang, so It's unclear how he will recover any of his losses.

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