Dharmniti Law Office conducts a training course for management staff of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services on “Legal principles for developing employee relations in an organization”

Dharmniti Law Office was honored to be invited by Dr. Duangjai Sinthusung, Senior Vice President of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS) PLC to conduct an online training course for management staff of BDMS. The training course was held on February 24, 2020 and provided training on legal principles for developing employee relations in the organization. The course was run by one of DLO’s Alternate Directors, Mr. Wanvisa Silathong at the TeleHealth Center conference room located at Bangkok Hospital’s Headquarters. During the course, Mr. Wanvisa Silathong provided attendees with basic information on principles of criminal law which are relevant to developing employee relations in an organization. The training focused on work practices involving documents, property, information and relations between personnel.

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Royally Sponsored Cremation for Adjunct Professor Preecha Panichwong

On the 27th of February 2021, a royally sponsored cremation was held for Adjunct Professor Preecha Panichwong, the former Chairman of the Board of Dharmniti Public Company Limited at Wat That Thong. All Dharmniti staff humbly bid farewell to the spirit of Ajarn Preecha. Adjunct Professor Preecha Panichwong was born on the 1st of January 1926. He served as a judge in the the courts of justice and during his distinguished legal career he was appointed as the Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in 1985 and the Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Administrative Court in 2003. Adjunct Professor Preecha Panichwong was the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Dharmniti Law Office Co., Ltd. since 1990, in addition to being Chairman of the Board of Directors for Dharmniti Public Company Limited from 1994 until his death on the 9th of […]

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Dissolution & Liquidation of a Company Limited in Thailand

In the current economic environment, many companies in Thailand are facing considerable challenges; in light of this, some companies may regrettably need to be dissolved and liquidated. This article will provide a basic overview of the dissolution and liquidation process including the main steps involved and key issues which shareholders and directors should be aware of before embarking on this course of action. Dissolution of a Company Limited In order for a company limited to be dissolved, it must have a suitable reason. Thailand’s Civil and Commercial Code (CCC or the ‘Code’) provides for various cases where a company may be dissolved, these are as follows: 1. If the company’s Articles of Association (AoA) provide for its dissolution in a certain case such as an event occurring; 2. If the company is established for a certain period of time then […]

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Overview of the Entitlement over Immovable Property Act B.E. 2562 (2019)

Overview of the Entitlement over Immovable Property Act B.E. 2562 (2019) The Entitlement over Immovable Property Act B.E.2562 (2019) (the “Act”) was enacted on 30 April 2019. This legislation, which became effective on 27 October 2019 has created a new category of property rights in Thailand for the purpose of enhancing and developing investment in immovable property. This article shall examine this Act including how to initially register such rights, the rights that are granted to the holder (of the rights), rights retained by the owner of the asset and what type of immovable property can have such rights registered. Rights over the Immovable Property Asset The Act permits the legal owner of certain types of immovable property (as detailed below) to establish and register a transferrable right over their asset (the “Asset”) for a maximum period of thirty (30) […]

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Defamation in Thailand: An Overview

Defamation in Thailand: An Overview Defamation under the Criminal Code In Thailand, defamation is a criminal offense which is addressed under sections 326 -333 of Thailand’s Criminal Code (the “Code”). Under the Code, a distinction is drawn between two types of defamation, these are as follows: Slander/ Ordinary Defamation – This crime is covered under section 326 of the Code, where it provides that “whoever, imputes1 anything to the other person before a third person in a manner likely to impair the reputation of such other person or to expose such other person to be hated or scorned, is said to commit defamation”. This type of defamation is less serious than libel and basically covers situations where a person verbally damages/undermines another person’s reputation in front of another person (3rd person). Libel –This crime is addressed under section 328 of […]

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Tips for Employers Regarding Employment Contracts in Thailand

When an employer is going to hire a new employee on a fixed term basis then there are several key things which it should be careful of in the contract to ensure that it is legally protected. This article shall provide employers with some tips on how to ensure a fixed term agreement is not interpreted as an ongoing employment agreement and as well as advice on how to ensure that employee allowances are not considered as wages when calculating severance pay under the Labour Protection Act (LPA). Tips to help ensure that a fixed term contract is not interpreted as an ongoing employment contract If an employer wishes to employ an employee on a fixed term basis rather than an ongoing basis then it should be careful of the following matters to ensure that the employment relationship is interpreted […]

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Dissolution & Liquidation of a Company Limited in Thailand

In the current economic environment, many companies in Thailand are facing considerable challenges; in light of this, some companies may regrettably need to be dissolved and liquidated. This article will provide a basic overview of the dissolution and liquidation process including the main steps involved and key issues which shareholders and directors should be aware of before embarking on this course of action. Dissolution of a Company Limited In order for a company limited to be dissolved, it must have a suitable reason. Thailand’s Civil and Commercial Code (CCC or the ‘Code’) provides for various cases where a company may be dissolved, these are as follows: 1. If the company’s Articles of Association (AoA) provide for its dissolution in a certain case such as an event occurring; 2. If the company is established for a certain period of time then […]

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Overview of the Entitlement over Immovable Property Act B.E. 2562 (2019)

Overview of the Entitlement over Immovable Property Act B.E. 2562 (2019) The Entitlement over Immovable Property Act B.E.2562 (2019) (the “Act”) was enacted on 30 April 2019. This legislation, which became effective on 27 October 2019 has created a new category of property rights in Thailand for the purpose of enhancing and developing investment in immovable property. This article shall examine this Act including how to initially register such rights, the rights that are granted to the holder (of the rights), rights retained by the owner of the asset and what type of immovable property can have such rights registered. Rights over the Immovable Property Asset The Act permits the legal owner of certain types of immovable property (as detailed below) to establish and register a transferrable right over their asset (the “Asset”) for a maximum period of thirty (30) […]

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Defamation in Thailand: An Overview

Defamation in Thailand: An Overview Defamation under the Criminal Code In Thailand, defamation is a criminal offense which is addressed under sections 326 -333 of Thailand’s Criminal Code (the “Code”). Under the Code, a distinction is drawn between two types of defamation, these are as follows: Slander/ Ordinary Defamation – This crime is covered under section 326 of the Code, where it provides that “whoever, imputes1 anything to the other person before a third person in a manner likely to impair the reputation of such other person or to expose such other person to be hated or scorned, is said to commit defamation”. This type of defamation is less serious than libel and basically covers situations where a person verbally damages/undermines another person’s reputation in front of another person (3rd person). Libel –This crime is addressed under section 328 of […]

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Tips for Employers Regarding Employment Contracts in Thailand

When an employer is going to hire a new employee on a fixed term basis then there are several key things which it should be careful of in the contract to ensure that it is legally protected. This article shall provide employers with some tips on how to ensure a fixed term agreement is not interpreted as an ongoing employment agreement and as well as advice on how to ensure that employee allowances are not considered as wages when calculating severance pay under the Labour Protection Act (LPA). Tips to help ensure that a fixed term contract is not interpreted as an ongoing employment contract If an employer wishes to employ an employee on a fixed term basis rather than an ongoing basis then it should be careful of the following matters to ensure that the employment relationship is interpreted […]

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DLO Attends AMCHAM Monthly Luncheon – 22 August 2018

AMCHAM Monthly Luncheon to hear an address given by Thailand’s Minister of Industry

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Table on Changes & Updates in the Copyright Act B.E. 2558 (2015)

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Visit from Prae Legal Member for Cambodia

Leap Kang (Partner) and Mao Samvutheary (Partner) of HML Law Firm in Phnom Penh Cambodia visited DLO’s offices

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Dharmniti Law Office conducts a training course for management staff of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services on “Legal principles for developing employee relations in an organization”

Dharmniti Law Office was honored to be invited by Dr. Duangjai Sinthusung, Senior Vice President of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS) PLC to conduct an online training course for management staff of BDMS. The training course was held on February 24, 2020 and provided training on legal principles for developing employee relations in the organization. The course was run by one of DLO’s Alternate Directors, Mr. Wanvisa Silathong at the TeleHealth Center conference room located at Bangkok Hospital’s Headquarters. During the course, Mr. Wanvisa Silathong provided attendees with basic information on principles of criminal law which are relevant to developing employee relations in an organization. The training focused on work practices involving documents, property, information and relations between personnel.

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Royally Sponsored Cremation for Adjunct Professor Preecha Panichwong

On the 27th of February 2021, a royally sponsored cremation was held for Adjunct Professor Preecha Panichwong, the former Chairman of the Board of Dharmniti Public Company Limited at Wat That Thong. All Dharmniti staff humbly bid farewell to the spirit of Ajarn Preecha. Adjunct Professor Preecha Panichwong was born on the 1st of January 1926. He served as a judge in the the courts of justice and during his distinguished legal career he was appointed as the Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in 1985 and the Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Administrative Court in 2003. Adjunct Professor Preecha Panichwong was the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Dharmniti Law Office Co., Ltd. since 1990, in addition to being Chairman of the Board of Directors for Dharmniti Public Company Limited from 1994 until his death on the 9th of […]

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DLO Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Activity for 2020

On Saturday, December 19, 2020, executive directors & staff of DLO participated in a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity at Kung Krabaen Bay Royal Development Study Center located in Chantaburi province. The aim of this activity was to benefit nature and learn about maintaining balance in the ecosystem. DLO’s staff initially attended a lecture given by the Study Centre and then observed a demonstration of a fish habitat and a crab bank. Thereafter, DLO staff constructed a fish house/habitat by themselves. Following this, DLO’s staff walked around the facility to better understand the philosophy of sufficiency economy.

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DLO Joins Association of European Lawyers (AEA)

Dharmniti Law Office is pleased to announce that in December 2020 it has joined the Association of European Lawyers (AEA) which is a professional network of lawyers spread throughout Europe and the world. The AEA was established in 2004 and now covers approximately 405 firms/ law offices with a total of around 3,000 lawyers. DLO believes that by joining the AEA it will better enable it to support its clients as it can provide suitable contact referrals to lawyers throughout the world. DLO looks forward to working with other AEA member firms and attending the future annual conferences.

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Bill amending personal income tax rate

Cabinet approves a new personal income tax rate which decreases revenue by 27,000 million Baht.

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Tax Law Updates (March)

 Exemption on income  tax, VAT , specific business tax and stamp duty for income donated to support sporting  activities

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Tax Law Updates (February)

Exemptions on income tax for supporting educational institutions

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Thai BOI board expand investment promotion to cover 6 new industries

Mr. Aphsit Vejjajiva,Prime Minister,chairman of the Board of Investment (BOI) today announced the resolutions to promote 6 new  industries with the special measures .

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Newsletter JULY 2019

DLO’S Tax Newsletter

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Newsletter JUNE 2019

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Newsletter JANUARY 2019

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Newsletter DECEMBER 2018

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