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Land is titled depending on its Survey Status. Make sure of the Title before you fall in love with the Land. Bad Title - Bad Land.

There are four types of title deed, the first two (Chanote ti din and Nor Sor Sam Kor) are recommended as the most secure for foreigners. Chiang Mai Lanna House does not list property unless it has either a Chanote or Nor Sor Sam Kor title.

a) Chanote ti din / Nor Sor 4 (Land Title Deed)

The 'title deed' or 'Chanote' is the certificate for ownership of land. The person whose name appears on the Chanote and the titleholder has the legal right to the land. The Chanote is issued after a GPS survey has been completed to ascertain the exact boundaries.  The boundaries of the land are indicated by Numbered Posts. The Chanote is the purest form of freehold land title and the one which is most commonly sort after by investors.

If the land has Proper Ttitle (Chanott or Nor Sor Sam Kor), the Title Deed will give reference numbers for markers at various points on the land. There should be a concrete post (often buried) in the ground at the corresponding point and it should have the same reference numbers on it. If the land does not have full title (Chanott or Nor Sor Sam Kor) then DON'T BUY IT. If the markers are different than in the Title Deed, then DON'T BUY IT.

This is only form of Title we recommend at Chiang Mai Lanna House.

b) Nor Sor Sam / Nor Sor Sam Kor

This is the 'right to use' title and implies that all the necessary requirements for the issuance of the Chanote have been met and that the final issuance of the Chanote deed is pending. Under the Nor Sor Sam Gor, the title holder can sell, lease, mortgage and build on the property; but they cannot leave the land unattended for more than 12 years.

If the land has Proper Ttitle (Chanott or Nor Sor Sam Kor), the Title Deed will give reference numbers for markers at various points on the land. There should be a concrete post (often buried) in the ground at the corresponding point and it should have the same reference numbers on it. If the land does not have full title (Chanott or Nor Sor Sam Kor) then DON'T BUY IT. If the markers are different than in the Title Deed, then DON'T BUY IT.

This is the second best Title in Thailand.

c) Nor Sor Sam (3)

A less rigid version of Nor Sor Sam Kor in that the formalities to certify the right to use have yet to be completed. Before a transfer can be made, a notice of intent must be publicly posted for 30 days before any change in status can be registered.

We DO NOT RECOMMEND this Title.

d) Sor Kor Nung (1) (Possessory Right)

Recognition that the title holder is in possession of the land but the deed doesn't imply that there are any rights associated with the title. This title is often associated with land that is retained by a Thai family, which has never been measured by the Land Office and which is passed down to future family generations.  The Sor Kor Nung is rare now as the government’s Land Ownership Legislation has covered most areas of the country.

We DO NOT RECOMMEND this Title.

Your Chiang Mai Lanna House Agent can explain these to you if you have any Questions.

 
 

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