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    shanook holder.

    this should be good. bring it on tel. lol .

    question, is there an official holder of a shanook/deed, with a lease on it. ie the lease holder or the owner.. i have two leases , hold one shanook and the land owner holds the other. any ideas of the legalities ? .

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    What's a 'shanook'? Do you mean 'chanote'?

    Title Deeds in Thailand | Siam Legal International

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    So there lob, from the cursory, but pretty accurate summary from Siam Legal about a "chanote", which catagory does the land 'you say' you hold a chanote on fall under?

    Inquiring minds wanna know?

    Also just exactly how did you go about getting a white person's name on the front of a chanote in the first place?

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    chinook. (shĭ-n k', chĭ-) A moist, warm wind blowing from the sea in coastal regions of the Pacific Northwest. A warm, dry wind descending from the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains, causing a rapid rise in temperature...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    chinook. (shĭ-n k', chĭ-) A moist, warm wind blowing from the sea in coastal regions of the Pacific Northwest. A warm, dry wind descending from the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains, causing a rapid rise in temperature...

    Also a helicopter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddaniels View Post
    Also just exactly how did you go about getting a white person's name on the front of a chanote in the first place?

    I have heard of a German who holds many chanotes on his properties. It's a matter of paying someone in the land office enough to allow it to happen.

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    Samrock olders can be seen out side `St Patrick's cathedral,you need to drink 12 Guiness and a bottle of Paddys if you really want to see the little people.Foreigners cannot own land nor become leper corns

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    Quote Originally Posted by palexxxx
    I have heard of a German who holds many chanotes on his properties. It's a matter of paying someone in the land office enough to allow it to happen.
    I really don't think you understand the differences in land titles. A 'Chanote' title is an all singing piece of land that can't be taken from you. A 'Sor Bor Gor' title land remains kings land until it gets full 'Chanote' title and can be taken from you if certain conditions aren't met.
    The only way a farang can have his name on a title is if he inherits by death of his wife. And then he must sell it to a Thai within 12 months. I'm led to believe.

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    ^ I think that I do know the difference. What I am saying is that someone has taken a bribe in the land office and put a farangs name on some chanotes. How legal that is is another matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palexxxx
    ^ I think that I do know the difference. What I am saying is that someone has taken a bribe in the land office and put a farangs name on some chanotes. How legal that is is another matter.
    It's legal if the name is of a Thai national. Say I leave my land to one of my children. Or divide it up between the 3. They are Thai nationals but have farang names. If you know the difference between titles then why can't you spell 'Chanote' correctly?

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    ^ where have I spelt it incorrectly?

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    Can't a farang get his name as a leaseholder onto the title?
    I suspect that's what the OP meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palexxxx
    ^ where have I spelt it incorrectly?
    First post for one. 'shanook'

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    Oh dear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    'shanook'
    A sort of Canadian wind ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by palexxxx
    where have I spelt it incorrectly?
    I apologize mate. I messed up.

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    Please apologise with an 's' you are not a 'merkin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123
    Please apologise with an 's' you are not a 'merkin.
    I apologise my spell check is in 'merkin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by palexxxx
    ^ I think that I do know the difference. What I am saying is that someone has taken a bribe in the land office and put a farangs name on some chanotes. How legal that is is another matter.
    It's legal if the name is of a Thai national. Say I leave my land to one of my children. Or divide it up between the 3. They are Thai nationals but have farang names. If you know the difference between titles then why can't you spell 'Chanote' correctly?
    Depending on the situation or property - Foreigners can have legal claim/name on said chanote.

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    I apologise my spell check is in 'merkin'.
    Darn 'merkinz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Can't a farang get his name as a leaseholder onto the title?
    I suspect that's what the OP meant.

    we have a winner. give the man a cigar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by palexxxx
    ^ where have I spelt it incorrectly?
    First post for one. 'shanook'

    u are the epitamy of why democracy dont and wont work. do u actually get to vote. fucking idiot.

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    ive just reread my thread post, it seems clear to me. but then i havent got a degree in eng lit. while those with a degree in eng lit. who the fuck decides how to spell a foreign word in phonetics..that means sound prag.

    if i'm honest chanoot does sound better than chan note.

    oh did i put /deed. how remiss of me.

    back to the question.. does any one keep a deed with there lease and not the owner.

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    Here's a Chinook Holder


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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    ive just reread my thread post, it seems clear to me. but then i havent got a degree in eng lit. while those with a degree in eng lit. who the fuck decides how to spell a foreign word in phonetics..that means sound prag.

    if i'm honest chanoot does sound better than chan note.

    oh did i put /deed. how remiss of me.

    back to the question.. does any one keep a deed with there lease and not the owner.
    Yes.
    Two originals , one for me .

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