House Rental Agreement Thailand
Easy to use short-term rental contract for a home in Thailand. This contract can be printed and all details specific to the contract, such as the date of signing, the details of the tenant, the duration of the lease, the monthly rent, the security deposit can be filled out by hand. The payment of rent is, according to Thai law, an essential element of a tenancy agreement (section 537 Section 537 “A rental of real estate is a contract, to which a person, called the letter, undertakes to rent another person (named tenant) have the use or benefit of a property for a limited period and the tenant agrees to pay the rent therefore` , in Thaiใผู้ใผู้: ผู้ใ, ใ, ใ. ใ. Possession of real estate under a rental agreement in Thailand without payment of rent would not be applicable as a rental of real estate under the civil and commercial code. A rental contract without a rental price would not be governed by the chapter rent of real estate, but for example by the right to housing or usufruit laws and another set of rules would apply. For the registration of a lease, the Landratsamt requires that the lease include rent. The rental or rental price must be considered a reasonable rent or the Landratsamt will refuse to register the rental agreement or will assess the rent on the basis of the value of the property assessed by the state (registration fees, property tax, income tax for the owner will be based on this amount). Leasing as opposed to overdrafts, usufruits or dwellings cannot be registered for a nominal amount (1 baht) or without consideration to be paid. Although this is not a common practice for renting real estate in Thailand, the landlord may require the tenant to provide a deposit that is mentioned in the rental agreement and co-signed this document. The legal agreement that provides for the payment of rent to use another man`s real estate (residential or commercial) in Thailand is governed by the lease agreement between the parties and the civil and commercial code.
The laws on the rental of real estate in Thailand are applied in the same way if the tenant is a Thai or foreign national. The main cause of real estate rental laws is the civil and commercial code. The general principles of leasing (as a contract) are governed by Title VI legal laws and Book II of obligations and in particular the chapter of property rental, but the Supreme Court of Thailand gives rules for the precise interpretation of the words and sections of the civil and commercial code and, therefore, leasing in Thailand cannot be fully understood without also taking into account also the specific date of the Supreme Court.