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    Sor Por Kor clampdown?

    I noticed when passing the local cop shop that they had a few excavators, on lorries, parked up. On asking why I was told that the excavators had been found digging dams/ponds on Sor Por Kor land. The soil is sold off to others who want to build up their levels. This apparently is not allowed and the police or government have started a clampdown on the practice. Is this the start of enforcing the laws regarding Sor Por Kor and other land titles?
    I put this in construction for those who may be wanting to dig a fish pond on their land.

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    Sor. Por. Gor. is an allotment of land from the Land Reformative Committee, and under no circumstance may this land be bought or sold. It confers the right to occupy only and be transferred only by inheritance. It seems that the land may be used for agriculture only.

    From: Land Title Deeds (chanote, Nor Sor Sam) in Thailand

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    Once the profits are more evenly split, the excavators be released on bail.

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    All about computers, before, everything was on paper, buried in boxes, finding who owned what, title type etc was near on impossible.

    Now as more and more land goes on the computer, a GPS check can give owner and title instantly.

    Be aware that big farang house on 10 rai of rice land, no problem, no one cares, well one day someone may care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Once the profits are more evenly split, the excavators be released on bail.
    That may be a bit difficult, local cops have impounded the equipment, but I believe it's the DSI that covers land investigations and prosecution.
    So not dealt with at the local level.

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