Actio Global Consultancy Co., Ltd. is a Thai and foreign consulting and law firm located in the business center of Bangkok.
With an experienced and highly capable team of international business consultants and in-house lawyers is Actio Global Consultancy always ready to assist you in any legal and business inquiry imaginable. 

Foreign business people and individuals face many challenges in conducting their life and/or businesses in Thailand.
think about investing, opening structures, facing legal disputes, marriages, testaments and wills, legalizations, and many more.
In all areas of the law and other sectors, we have a tailor-made solution for you available.

We are a consulting and law firm that is acting in the best interest of their clients in and outside of Thailand.
Our combined expertise in business, law, accounting, and other sectors make us understand any challenge better and make us capable to assist you further than only legal demands.
As a member of the EABC (European Association for Business and Commerce) and NTCC (Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce) as well as collaborations with multiple other chambers and Thai organizations and foreign embassies, we assist in any possible way in the protection of Thai Nationals as well as foreigners in Thailand. 

Main areas of our legal department practice:

  • Legal fields such as Civil Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, and Corporate Law.
  • Business licenses such as Import and export licenses, FDA licenses, Factory licenses, Restaurant licenses, and others.
  • Digital crypto licenses in Thailand:
    • Offering of Digital Tokens: ICO issuer license.
    • Operation of Digital Asset Business: digital asset exchange; digital asset broker; and digital asset dealer.
    • Digital Asset Advisor license.
  • Visas and Work Permit.
  • Commercial and Contracts.
  • Intellectual Property.
  • Tax and Accounting.
  • Real Estate.
  • Dispute resolution.
  • Company registration and investment solutions.

We are ready and available at any time to assist you in any business and legal inquiry in Thailand or abroad. Contact us:

Phone: +66 (0)2 017 2760

Whatsapp: +66 (0)85 8800 378



Founded in 2020

11 people in their team

Practice areas
Accidents & Injuries
Bankruptcy & Debt
Criminal Defense
Consumer Rights
Elder Law
Employment & Labor
Intellectual Property
Lawsuits & Disputes
Media, Technology and Telecoms
Real Estate

Languages spoken

Social media

Practice areas

Accidents & Injuries

Assault & Battery
Car Accident
Drugs & Medical Devices
Medical Malpractice
Motorcycle Accident
Personal Injury
Premises Liability
Property Damage
Wrongful Death

Our firm holds an expert team of litigation lawyers with extended experience in a wide array of legal disputes in compliance with Thai Civil and Criminal Law.
Reach out if you are in a dispute or you face any difficulty, or perhaps you have questions.
Our legal can assist you with answers and can inspect your case further.

Bankruptcy & Debt

Debt & Collection

At Actio Global Consultancy, we regularly assist foreign and local individuals and business creditors to collect their due amounts.

We collect outstanding debts and take proper actions toward the debtor based on the local laws & regulations in a wide array of legal cases:

  • Criminal Law: Fraud cases, Criminal Negligence, Embezzlement, Theft.
  • Civil and Commercial Law: Breach of Contract, Property Disputes, Shareholders dispute & Business litigation.
  • Strategic advice: Business consulting, business plans, and strategic implementation.
  • Out-of-court negotiations: Settlements, contract negotiations, payment plans.


Accounting & Auditing
Banking & Finance
Business Registration
Communications & Media Law
Due Diligence
Government Contract
Health Care
Legal Document
Merger & Acquisition
New Business Formation
Office Solutions

All in one Legal and Business Services:

We are one of the leading legal and consulting firms that assist international and local companies to operate their businesses in Thailand. 
We ensure you with a smooth route forward in taking the appropriate legal measures.
To maintain full control over your company and investments.

Company Registration

  • Limited Company (Co., Ltd.)
  • Public Company (PCL)
  • BOI company (Foreign-owned company)
  • US Amity Treaty 
  • Representative Office

Business Licenses

  • Import/Export License
  • FDA License
  • Factory License
  • Restaurant License
  • Alcohol License
  • TAT Tourism License
  • Hotel License
  • Construction License

Crypto license application in Thailand

  • Offering of Digital Tokens: ICO issuer license
  • Operation of Digital Asset Business: digital asset exchange; digital asset broker; and digital asset dealer
  • Digital Asset Advisor license


  • Employment agreement
  • Supplier agreement
  • Franchise agreement
  • Contract enforcement

Accounting and bookkeeping

  • Expert accountants for your half-year and annual tax declarations
  • Monthly submissions of VAT
  • Bookkeeping and financial controlling

Due Diligence & Investigations

  • Due diligence on companies and individuals' history and reputation
  • Market research and partner due diligence before entering a business area
  • Licensing and compliance with commercial entities
  • Financial background checks on companies

Consulting and Advice

  • Communications and Media
  • Contracts and labor law
  • Commercial and Government Contracts
  • Healthcare and insurance for businesses and employees
  • Investments and Securities
  • Merger and Acquisitions
  • Franchise
  • Office solutions and/or Expansion

Plans and Executions

  • Market plans and research
  • Business plans and research
  • Financial plans and research
  • Marketing plans and research
  • Drafting contracts and forming legal documents
  • feasibility studies
  • research and development studies

Criminal Defense

Arrests & Searches
Criminal Litigation
Drug Crime
Drunk Driving
Juvenile Law
Sex Crime
Speeding & Traffic Ticket
White Collar Crime

Actio Global Consultancy, provide you with experts on criminal defense in Thailand. 
Our firm is formed with a highly expertized team of litigation lawyers with extended experience in all arrays of criminal law and punishable offenses under Thailand's Penal Code:

  • Financial crimes
  • Road and traffic law
  • Physical and Emotional abuse
  • Sexual Abuse 
  • Drug Law
  • Fraud
  • Debt collection 
  • Identity fraud
  • Property fraud
  • Extortion

Consumer Rights

Auto Dealer Fraud
Civil Litigation
Legal Malpractice
Professional Malpractice

Actio Global Consultancy, provide you with experts on Civil defense in Thailand. 
Our firm is formed with a highly expertized team of Civil litigation lawyers with extended experience in all arrays of Civil law.

Legal malpractice is the term for negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, or breach of contract by a lawyer during the provision of legal services that causes harm to a client.
Actio Global Consultancy serves its clients to retrieve their legal rights and repair any wrongdoing by a legal representative in their line of duty.

When you hire a doctor or a lawyer, you hope that they will perform their jobs in line with the highest professional standards. However, not every doctor or lawyer always does a reasonably good job, and their patients or clients decide to sue. Those clients then hire a professional malpractice attorney to litigate their claim.

  • Standard of Care: Formalize in the complaint the quality of professionalism with which a doctor or lawyer must act.
  • Negligence: Form up the complaint of failure to perform up to the standard of care, which causes injuries to a patient or a client.
  • Claim: Actio send the request to the other party or an insurance company for benefits.
  • Damages: form up the damages the plaintiff wants to recover in the lawsuit. Damages can cover a wide variety of bills, including medical bills, lost time at work, and property damage.
  • Settlement: Form the amount of money that would be accepted instead of going to court.

For any other commercial or civil dispute, we provide you with the proper advice and a clear path forwards.

Elder Law

Nursing Home Abuse
Will & Testament

Actio Global Consultancy, provide you with experts on Elder law in Thailand. 
Our firm is formed with a highly expertized team of Civil and Litigation lawyers with extended experience in all arrays of Civil law.

When you hire a doctor or you are living in a Nursing home, you hope that they will perform their jobs in line with the highest professional standards. However, not every doctor or lawyer always does a reasonably good job, and their patients or clients decide to sue. Those clients then hire a professional malpractice attorney to litigate their claim.

  • Standard of Care: Formalize in the complaint the quality of professionalism with which a doctor or lawyer must act.
  • Negligence: Form up the complaint of failure to perform up to the standard of care, which causes injuries to a patient or a client.
  • Claim: Actio send the request to the other party or an insurance company for benefits.
  • Damages: form up the damages the plaintiff wants to recover in the lawsuit. Damages can cover a wide variety of bills, including medical bills, lost time at work, and property damage.
  • Settlement: Form the amount of money that would be accepted instead of going to court.

Our firm has specialist Notary public and lawyers available to serve you with a tailor-made Will and Testament in the event of death.
A will in Thailand is always advised in Thai and English language since Thai law, rules and regulations are not always well compatible with foreign law, rules, and regulations which causes issues in the execution of the will.
If you have a business, living in Thailand, or have family in Thailand we therefore always advise you to make a separate will in Thailand to ensure your last will is executed according to your wishes.
As well advice on trust options and Guardianship are at our firm included in our services.
Our financial specialist can advise you on the way forward where the lawyer and notary make it legally enforceable.
With this all-in-one concept, we serve you as a client with the best advice and service to ensure that you can live your life in confidence that all your legal aspects are covered.

Employment & Labor

Employment Rights
Hiring & Firing
Labor Law
Sexual Harassment
Social Security
Wage & Hour
Wrongful Termination

Actio Global Consultancy considers itself an expert in assisting employers and employees to protect their rights in accordance with the provisions of the Thai Labor Law, including preparing solid labor agreements which are enforceable under Thai law, 
Actio Global Consultancy provides you with strategic legal advice in case of any inquiry or question.

We are representing our clients in Labor Disputes in Thailand, such as: 

  • Enforcement of employment agreement terms
  • Termination of employment agreements
  • Wrongful termination
  • termination without cause
  • Out-of-court negotiations


Child Abuse
Child Custody
Child Support
Child Visitation
Collaborative Law
Divorce & Separation
Domestic Violence
Father's Rights

Prenuptial Agreement

Before you marry in Thailand it is recommended to protect your assets and belongings through a Prenuptial Agreement. 
According to Thai law, the Prenuptial Agreement must be made in writing, signed by both parties, and registered in the marriage registers together with the registration of the marriage.

The Prenuptial Agreement covers everything that is owned before the marriage and remains personal property during the marriage under Thai matrimonial laws. The first benefit of a prenuptial agreement in Thailand lies in simple proof in case of a possible divorce and could prevent disputes over assets in court.

Through a written prenuptial agreement both parties can draft in advance the list of assets that each party owns before marriage to prevent unnecessary arguments over ownership of certain items in case the marriage is later dissolved.

Marriage Registration

Marriage registration is the act of formally recording the union into the Registry of the country. It is the registration of the start of a legal marriage in Thailand.

In Thailand, it is legal for foreigners to marry either Thai citizens or other foreign nationals.
To marry any individual and their future spouse should have the following eligibility to get married in Thailand:

  • Either of them should not be less than 17 years of age or should be of marriageable age in accordance with the law enforced in your home country. The Court may, in case of having appropriate reason, allow them to marry before attaining such age.
  • Both should not be insane persons or adjudged incompetent.
  • Both should not be in blood relations in the direct ascendant or descendant line, or brother or sister of full or half-blood i.e. should not be within the prohibited degrees of relationship.
  • Both should not have the same adoptive parents.
  • Both should not have a spouse at the time of marriage. If a woman whose husband died or whose marriage has become terminated, the marriage can only take place after the expiry of 310 days from such death or termination of a marriage.

We may assist you to register your marriage in Thailand in accordance with the Thai and foreign rules and regulations.

In recent years, Thailand has developed an effective social service system the protect children who have been orphaned, relinquished, or abandoned. For this reason, adoptions from Thailand are less common than in some other Hague Convention countries. However, there are still children in need of homes, ranging from 15 months to 15 years of age.
If you are interested in adopting in Thailand, the information on this page will provide essential information and help you prepare for the process.
Thai Adoption process

  • Thailand is a member of “the Haque Adoption Convention”
  • Child Adoption Center (CAC), and the Department of Social Development and Welfare (DSDW) are the main departments to complete the adoption process

In addition to the requirements of the Hague Adoption Convention, you must also be eligible under Thailand’s laws to adopt a child. 

  • Age: Future adoptive parents must be at least 25 years old and 15 years older than the child they wish to adopt.
  • Residency: Parents must work with the authorities in their country if they have lived in the country for at least six months and will be in the country until the adoption is finalized.
  • Marital Status: Individuals and heterosexual couples who have been married for at least two years are eligible to adopt.
  • Income: Parents must provide proof of a stable income before they will be allowed to adopt a child in Thailand.

In order for a child to be considered for adoption, there must be evidence that the child was relinquished or abandoned by his or her biological parents. In Thailand, the available children vary widely in terms of age, gender, and medical needs. Additionally, siblings may be adopted together or separately, but multiple adoptions will only be allowed in the cases of siblings.

To adopt in Thailand everyone must follow the Hague Convention regulations as well as Thailand’s country-specific laws. The sections below will detail the steps necessary to adopt a child in Thailand.

The time between submitting your paperwork to the DSDW and bringing your child home is usually between 24 and 30 months. Prospective adoptive parents can increase their chances of a shorter wait time by filing their applications on time, completing their home studies early, and being open to a variety of adoption situations. For more information, speak to an adoption professional.

In order to adopt in Thailand, you must find a professional firm that is both Hague-accredited and licensed to work in Thailand. 
As Thai registered legal consulting firm, Actio Global Consultancy is your trustworthy partner to ensure your adoption in Thailand.
For details and proceeding inquiries on Adoption in Thailand reach out to Actio Global Consultancy and our experts give you the answers you seek.

Divorce in Thailand

When a marriage fails, both parties or at least one of the parties would want a divorce. Dissolution of marriage is possible in Thailand through filing for a Divorce.

Divorce in Thailand can be done through one of the following options:

  1. Registering a divorce by mutual consent

The key point here is that the divorce is consented to by both parties. Divorce by mutual consent means both spouses agree and seek the dissolution of marriage. The husband and the wife willingly end their marriage. For an Uncontested Divorce, the couple just needs to register their divorce at the District Office where the marriage registration was held, or at least at the Register Office of the province where the Thai couple/ Thai national lives. Documents such as marriage certificate, Thai national id, house registration certificate, and passport of the foreign-born citizen need to be presented. The marriage-related settlement will be filed with the officer at the Register Office at the time of registration of divorce.

  1. Court-approved settlement

If the couple agreed to divorce however there are issues to settle such as division of marital assets, child custody, spousal and child support, visitation rights, court settlement needs to be sought. The court will decide and issue an order about the settlement which is directly enforceable. Both parties cannot breach the agreement as there is a court order.

  1. File a divorce at the Thai family court

In the event of Contested Divorce, or when one party is not willing to end the marriage, or only one party wants the divorce, there will be proceedings in court. The decision to grant divorce will be done by the court. This will be based on the evidence provided to support the claim for the grounds of divorce used.

Apart from choosing the applicable divorce option for you, each condition of divorcing couple varies. Let us examine the different aspects we need to consider before determining the right course of action regarding filing a divorce in Thailand:

Parties who could divorce can generally be subdivided into three types: (1) marriage between Thai nationals; (2) marriage wherein at least one party is Thai; (3) marriage between individuals of two different nationalities (intercultural marriage).

Intercultural Marriage

Divorcing between two Thai nationals is easy, especially in an uncontested divorce. But what are the options for divorcing in Thailand if only one party is a Thai national? What would be the promises or pitfalls when a marriage is between two foreigners?

In intercultural marriage which was registered in Thailand, conditions and requirements are just the same. The divorcing Thai and foreigners need to file a divorce at a district office. Civil documents will be required such as a marriage certificate (in Thai), a Thai ID card, and house registration. Additionally, the foreigner has to show his passport. A divorce certificate will be issued on the same day if there is an amicable settlement between parties about conjugal assets and properties and child custody.

The place of Marriage is abroad

What if the marriage is held abroad yet one party is a Thai national? Would they be able to file a divorce in Thailand? In this situation, check if the marriage was reported at the district office where the Thai party lives. If yes, and the divorce is Uncontested, then the couple could proceed to that district office and file for a divorce. If the place of marriage is outside Thailand and was not reported in Thailand, you need to report first the marriage registration at the district office in Thailand. The marriage certificate will be required and it needs to be written in Thai. So if the marriage certificate issued is in a foreign language, it needs to be translated to Thai. The translated Thai marriage certificate needs to be legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in order to affirm that it is the true and correct translation. Only in the event that the marriage has been reported to the Amphur where the Thai party lives would it be allowed to register divorce at the same district office.

Process for the Uncontested Divorce:

Uncontested Divorce is applicable if one of the couples does not consent to divorce. Thus, The Petitioner or the party who wants to file for a divorce needs to file a proceeding at the Thai family court and choose a Ground for Divorce.

The following are the accepted Grounds for divorce under Thai law:

  1. adultery
  2. misconduct (be it a criminal offense or not)

causing the other spouse to be:
(a) seriously ashamed;
(b) insulted or hated for being the spouse of the person committing the act;
(c) excessive trouble or injury

  1. serious harm or torture caused to the body or mind of one spouse by the other, or seriously insulting the other’s ascendants
  2. desertion of more than 1 year
  3. one party being imprisoned for one year or more, w/o the knowledge, consent or participation of the other party
  4. separation for more than 3 years
  5. one spouse disappeared or has left his or her domicile (residence) for 3 years and the other spouse does not know if he or she is dead or alive
  6. failure to give proper maintenance and support
  7. Insanity of one party
  8. break the bond of good behavior
  9. suffering from a communicable and dangerous disease that is incurable and may cause injury to the other
  10. A physical disadvantage that would cause permanently unable to cohabit as a husband or wife

You would like to file a divorce but don’t know how and where to start? Law Firm in Thailand has the expertise to handle family-related matters such as divorce agreements, contested divorce, child custody, or marital property. Speak to our Thai Divorce Lawyers now.

For any questions related to divorce, child support, fathers' rights, child visitation, or any other question, please reach out to Actio Global Consultancy.
Our expert family lawyers are always on standby to assist you with anything you need.


Business Visa
Dependent Visa
Permanent Residency
Retirement Visa
Work Permit

Actio Global Consultancy provides professional and adequate services in Thailand offering a wide range of immigration services:

Visa application according to Thai immigration law

  • Business Visa
  • Retirement Visa
  • Marriage Visa
  • Guardian Visa
  • Tourist Visa
  • Elite Visa program
  • Smart Visa

Work permit

  • Work Permit according to Thai law and regulations

Permanent residency and citizenship

If you have lived in Thailand for a considerable number of years, you can apply for Thailand Permanent Residency, provided that you have been living there with one of the eligible visa types.

This article will detail the Thailand Permanent Residence Permit: the benefits, who is eligible, how to apply for one, as well as the requirements.
In order to be eligible to receive a Thailand Permanent Residence Permit, you must fulfill one of the following criteria:

  • Employment: You have held a Thailand Work Visa and Work Permit for at least three years, and:
  • You have an Extension of Stay based on Employment at the time of application.
  • You have worked at your current company for at least one year at the time of application
  • You had a monthly salary of at least 80,000 Baht for two consecutive years or you filed a tax return for an annual income of at least 100,000 Baht for two consecutive years
  • Investment: You have invested at least 3 Million Baht in a limited or public company in Thailand
  • Family: You are a close family member of a Thai citizen (parent, child, or spouse)
  • Expert: You have at least a BA Degree and are employed in a position in which you have to work for at least three consecutive years.
  • Other categories that the Immigration Department considers eligible.

However, in addition to that, everyone who applies for a Permanent Residence Permit in Thailand cannot be over the allotted number of permits per country. The Thai government only issues 100 Permanent Residence Permits per country every year.

If you get Permanent Resident status in Thailand, you can enjoy the following benefits:

  • You can get a Work Permit more easily
  • You do not need to get a Thai Visa Extension every year
  • You do not have to submit a 90-Day Report (although there is conflicting information in regards to the 90-Day Report, so you have to double-check this when you actually apply).
  • You can buy property in Thailand without having the funds transferred from abroad
  • You can get an Alien Registration Certificate
  • If you have children in Thailand, your children will get Thai citizenship
  • You can get house registration in the blue Thai House Book (Ta Bian Ban)
  • You can become a director in a Thai public company
  • You can apply to extend the stay or for permanent residence for your non-Thai family members
  • You can apply for Thai Citizenship by naturalization after five years

Note:  You still have to apply for a Re-Entry Permit if you want to leave Thailand and re-enter.

You have to apply for a Thailand Residence Permit at a local Thai Immigration Office. The application process is as follows:

  1. Gather the required documents. There is usually a large number of documents that you have to submit for Permanent Residence Permit applications. So, you have to start gathering them in advance, especially because there is a timeframe when applications are accepted.
  2. Wait for the opening dates. There is a window of time during which you can submit a Thai Permanent Residency application. Usually, this is from October to December, although in 2019, the timeframe for submitting Permanent Residency applications was announced to be from June to December.
  3. Submit the application at your local office of the Immigration Department, where you have to:
  • Attend an interview as well as take a multiple-choice test, both of which are in the Thai language.
  • Pay the Thai Permanent Residence Permit processing fee (7,600 Thai Baht per person)
  • Submit your fingerprints

You will receive a 180-day extension of stay, which allows you to remain as a legal resident while your application is being processed.
Once your application has been processed and approved, you will receive your house registration (Ta Bian Ban) and you have to apply for an Alien Certificate at the local police department.

If your application is approved, you have to pay another fee for the Permanent Residence Permit Certificate:

  • 95,700 Thai Baht if you applied for Permanent Residency on the basis of marriage to a Thai citizen.
  • 191,400 Thai Baht if you applied for Permanent Residency on the basis of employment, investment, expert, etc.


There is not an exhaustive list of requirements. The documents differ based on the purpose for which you seek Permanent Residence status in Thailand.
Several of the documents you have to submit must be legalized both by your embassy as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok before submission.
The immigration officers may request additional documents throughout the process, which you have to provide as needed.

Reach out to Actio Global Consultancy if you are in need of a Visa, Work Permit, or you have inquiries about permanent residency or citizenship.
Our expert immigration lawyers are always available to give you the proper advice on your inquiry.

Intellectual Property


Actio Global Consultancy is your address for inquiries on IP related inquiries such as:

  • Trademark Search
  • Trademark Application
  • Patent Application
  • Copyright

Actio Global Consultancy serves its clients besides the “regular” filing of trademark or patent applications to protect the client’s IP rights, with extensive IP services.
We assist our clients to manage their IP assets in Thailand efficiently (trademarks, patents, designs, copyrights, trade secrets, etc.) to prevent unauthorized use by third parties, and to profit from a strategic advantage over your competitors:

  • Identify IP assets in Thailand
  • Evaluate the client’s IP assets 
  • Implement IP strategies for the client
  • Draft & Negotiate terms of IP license agreements 

Lawsuits & Disputes

Class Action

Actio Global Consultancy is a Thai Legal Consulting firm experienced in disputes and the resolution of those in Thailand.

  • Criminal Law: Fraud, Criminal Negligence, Money Laundering, Theft, Embezzlement.
  • Civil and Commercial Law: Breach of Contract, Debt Collection, Property Disputes, Shareholders dispute & Business litigation
  • Labor Dispute: Enforcement of employment agreement terms, Termination of employment, Wrongful dismissal, Dismissal without cause, etc.
  • Strategic advice
  • Out-of-court negotiations 

As number one in Thailand according to Private and corporate investigations, we deliver our clients the best-prepared cases in court through our in-depth investigations.

  • Corporate due diligence & investigation 

Before you step into a business relationship with a Thai company, it is highly recommended to conduct preliminary research on the company in question. Actio Global Consultancy provides corporate reports in English.
This verifies if the company in question is a legitimate company that can comply with the terms of the agreement. Our reports include the following corporate information about the company in question:

  • Current status of the company 
  • Company registration at the Thai Ministry of Commerce and if the company is operational
  • Date of company registration
  • Current company address and past address details
  • Commercial objectives of the company 
  • If the company has the legal capacity to carry out the scope of the commercial activity.
  • Name of the current directors of the company 
  • Authorized binding signature rights
  • Information on the company's registered capital
  • Current balance of assets and losses for the previous year. 
  • Confirm if the company has sufficient assets to meet the payments as per the contract.
  • Contract enforcement

Foreign persons or companies may enter into contracts and establish contractual relationships with Thai nationals and Thai companies. 
The obligational location of the contract is the country of residency of any of the parties in the agreement, 
The employees of the parties carrying out the obligations can be non-Thais who do not reside in Thailand.

An agreement is designed to be enforceable in case of a dispute.
To ensure this we control the signatory of such agreement and if it is signed by the correct combination of duly authorized representatives.

Reach out to Actio Global Consultancy if you are in need of assistance or if you have an inquiry.
Our experienced lawyers and business consultants are available to answer all your question.

Media, Technology and Telecoms

Advertising and Marketing
Cyber Law, Data Privacy and Data Protection
Information Technology
Media and Entertainment

Actio Global Consultancy is your all-in-one consulting firm that provides you as well with legal assistance relating to Intellectual Property protection, IT, and e-commerce, and as well can offer you immediately the full execution of these services by our different departments:

Legal services:

  • Board of Investment (BOI) applications and follow-up support
  • Commercial and regulatory issues affecting new technology
  • Data protection acts
  • Domain name disputes.
  • Domain transfers, and domain portfolios
  • Drafting, reviewing, and assessment of contracts and agreements with IT and Software firms
  • General terms and conditions
  • IP legal support and protection
  • Legal issues arising from social media and user-generated content
  • Licensing agreements and applications
  • Regulatory compliances 
  • Software copyright infringement
  • User conditions and smart contracts for websites and apps

Actio Global Consultancy is your trustworthy marketing and managing company that can be next to you on all the legal sides of your business.

Our all-in-one concept provides us to be able to offer you also the development of IT and software packages, Marketing, business consulting, and financial planning.

Reach out to us when you have more questions about what Actio Global Consultancy can do for you.

Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate
Housing, Construction & Development
Land Use & Zoning
Landlord & Tenant

Actio Global Consultancy is expertized in assisting clients to protect their investment in Thailand in legal cases including Real Estate. 
Due Diligence report of the property, Sale And Purchase Agreement, and Property Registration in Thailand is something we can assist you in.

Due Diligence of the Property

Before purchasing a property in Thailand it's almost a must to conduct a full due diligence traject on the status of the property in question.
You want overall that the plot or the real estate is ready to be transferred without any problem rising later.
We can inspect the current state and condition of the building and the land and conduct toxicology reports on the land in order to protect the health of the new inhabitants. 
Of course, we inspect that the property is free and clear of any encumbrances. 

Our firm provides accurate due diligence reports:

  • Size of the property and comparability with the Chanot (Title deed)
  • Exact address and location of the property and the history of this piece of land and the property.
  • Legal information of the current property owner.
  • Current agreements in play on the property between the current owner and third parties and if there is another person allowed to occupy the land (besides the owner)
  • If there is any mortgage under the property
  • Official appraisal value of the property.

Sale and Purchase Agreement

We are experts in designing legally enforceable Sale And Purchase Agreements.

Property Registration

Our lawyers will assist you in our hands-on mentality to register the transfer of the property at the Land Department in Thailand.

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