Seminar for Expats to Learn Thai Laws

Judges from Chonburi presided over a seminar about foreigner interaction with the Thai legal system. Chonburi Chief Judge Visit Sriphiboon was one of the judges present for the announcement of an August 24 legal seminar at Pattaya City Hall


The Chief Justice of the Chonburi Provincial Court and five Criminal Court Judges will preside over a free seminar sponsored by the Pattaya City Administration that will be broadcast live via the internet from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, August 24 and then held in archives for members to view later.

This seminar will deal with foreigners involved in criminal proceedings, their rights to protect their property, rights if arrested and more. Entitled “Insight into the Criminal Proceedings for Adults in Thailand”, the seminar will be held entirely in English and the moderator, Drew Noyes, Managing Director of PAPPA Co., Ltd. Law Office will submit questions that expats have asked to the judges at the seminar and these will be answered during the seminar.

Further seminars, also in English, are planned for the future and will address such issues as foreigners’ rights of property ownership, leases, mortgages, divorce and contract law, wills and other :Civil and Commercial Law issues.

Interested parties can submit questions ahead of the seminar to Thaivisa forums here:

Please make sure that the questions involve the seminar’s topic of criminal proceedings, rights if arrested, rights to protect property, and other criminal matters.



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