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Paradise Beach demolition order posted

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Paradise Beach demolition order posted
Darawan Naknakhon

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PHUKET: -- Officers from the Royal Thai Navy today (May 23) posted an official notice ordering all buildings be removed from a plot at Paradise Beach within 30 days – or face have them demolished by the Patong council.

The order, addressed to Paradise Management Co Ltd and signed by Patong Mayor Chalermluck Kebsup, identified 14 buildings to be removed form the site as Patong Municipality had deemed that all 14 structures were built without permission and that they were built on SorPorKor land.

SorPorKor land is “degraded forest” earmarked for farming only by poor people.

Nithat Prasertnetikul, the legal representative of Sopon Ekvanich, told the press today that Mr Sopon will contest the demolition order.

Mr Sopon claims ownership of the land through the SorKor 1 land document No 276, not a SorPorKor land-occupancy deed.

Full Story: http://www.thephuketnews.com/paradise-beach-demolition-order-posted-57544.php#VhRTyv2dCqE1mEfT.97

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-- Phuket News 2016-05-23

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The owner and his leech have not got the message, they seem to have not noticed who supervised the posting of the notices. The rules have changed.

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Does anyone know anything about the SorPorKor land given to certain rich friends of Suthep when he was agriculture minister. Has any of it been built on etc.

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There are several restrictions for use of this land paper, as is change of ownership, other than inheritence of land. 1972 was the last time certain types of these documents could be legally

issued and 2010 was cut off date to apply for upgrade via court to eventually get a (no question of acceptance) legal document to the land.

Good to see this government going after and retrieving land that has been illegally sold /stolen , occupied, built on, farmed, etc. The total disregard for existing laws by people ignoring the land use laws in gaining possion would most likely, in many cases, point to the use of illegally obtained funds to pay those involved, in assisting them in their claim to ownership of these properties.

To really put it right, make those involved pay all expense in demolitation and restoring land to orginal condition and add a huge charge of yearly rental of property while in their control. Make them pay until it hurts, instead of a twist of an ear.

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This couldnt have happened to a more deserving family.

11 years or so they were happy to see any visitors .... 8 years ago , they were asserting you had to pay for parking as it was on their land.

5 years ago , and having eaten a light lunch at their restaurant , they insisted we then take beach chairs at 200 each if we wished to swim , and when we pointed out we would eat some more later , were told to pay and go!

Not so long back it was 500 baht a person to be 'allowed' to swim!

I agree with slapout.

Any business that has been on public land should be made to pay back rent and fines.

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