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Summary of the International Air Carriage Act 2015

The International Air Carriage Act (“Act”) has recently become law in Thailand. The law follows the Montreal Convention of 1999, which covers air carrier liability for accidents, delays, and cargo losses. The Act does not cover postal carriage. Prior to the implementation of this law, claims against air carriers were brought under the tort provisions […]

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Criminal Trespass Under the Thai Criminal Code of B.E. 2499 (1956)

Under the Criminal Code of B.E. 2499 (1956), trespass is defined as a criminal offense in which there are different manners that the offense can be committed. For example, under Section 362, trespass can be committed where a person enters into immovable property belonging to another in order to take possession of the property in […]

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Rights and Duties of a Parent and Child in Thailand

The Thai Family Code spells out the rights and duties of a parent and a child in their relationship. Under Thai law, a child born of a marriage or within 310 days of the termination of a marriage is presumed to be the child of the married couple. If the child is born outside of […]

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