Our contribution to the 2019 Getting the Deal Through: Real Estate guide is a Q & A overview of 48 of the most important issues investors should know when investing in Thailand. To download your copy click on the image below.
Our article in this Summer’s B & M explains Thailand’s new residential lease law.
Crucial information for tenants entering residential lease contracts, as well as, for landlords who are renting out five or more residential properties in Thailand.
Weearya Kippen, who recently became Duensing Kippen’s newest equity Partner, continues her impressive professional progress by successfully completing the rigorous requirements to become a Fellow (FCIarb) in international arbitration of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrator, details here.
Our latest legal column in Phuket’s high-end lifestyle magazine, Bikinis&Martinis, explains Thailand’s recent regulation that protects parties who hire a contractor to build their residential home. To view the article click here.
On 31 March 2018, Olaf Duensing was a guest lecturer at the “international sales and marketing in real estate” training course seminar in Bangkok, Thailand. Over the course of his three hour lecture and Q&A session he provided insights into the legal ownership and transfer of real estate in Thailand, as well as, tax tips and financial advice related to both.
To download our legal article on how to protect your beautiful ocean front sunset view (or otherwise) in the most recent edition of Thailand’s high-end life-style magazine, Bikinis & Martinis, click here.
On 14 December 2017 CIArb’s Asia Regional Director, Camilla Godman (FCIArb), joined CIArb-Thailand’s Vice Chair, Jerrold Kippen (FCIArb) and Executive Committee member, Olaf Duensing (FCIArb) in meeting with representatives of the Executive of the Thailand Arbitration Center (THAC), Niki Balani, Ampa Vanichchatchawan, and Listen Chong to discuss future cooperation between CIArb and THAC.
Thailand Branch Vice Chair, Jerrold Kippen (FCIArb) attended the 2017 Branch Symposium in London 14-15 November 2017 on behalf of the Thailand Branch. Branch Chairs or representatives from all 38 global branches were in attendance along with CIArb’s Board of Trustees and Board of Management. The delegates discussed the status of and how to improve the following:
- Institutes values
- New courses, new AFL, RPLs
- Governance and the problem with surplus funds
- Future, building the membership