Foreign Land Ownership in Thailand 2014-2015 Study

As the Kingdom continues to grow economically and become increasingly integrated in the ASEAN Community 2015, as well as global economic communities, the Royal Thai Government has recognized the need to reevaluate its policies regarding foreign land ownership and use. Changes in the economic climate of ASEAN and the world have served as the catalyst for creating an atmosphere that will encourage greater foreign investment, permit more inclusive, reciprocal, and equitable international economic partnerships, and increase foreign industry confidence in the security and protection of their assets and operations in the Kingdom.

As a result, the Royal Thai Government has authorized this study as a first step toward making policy changes which include reviewing policies, practices, and attitudes on the foreign use and ownership of land in Thailand.

All responses are anonymous and information collected herein will be kept strictly confidential and will not be shared with any individuals or entities outside of HDFF. If you have any further questions or need any support in filling out this survey please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Tanawin Kosaidilok [] or Mr. Adam W. Martin [] or 02 617 7020 at your convenience.

We sincerely appreciate your participation and we thank you for your cooperation.

Please click here to download the questionnaire for Attorneys. Please click here to download the questionnaire for Individuals. Please click here to download the questionnaire for a corporation or go to Surveymonkey.