Title Deeds in Thailand can be very complicated as there are different title deeds in Thailand and each has its own limitations. They can be ‘upgraded’ to the next level however this does take time and money. The Chanote title deed in Thailand would be what you would expect and would be similar in nature to a title deed in your home country. If you are going to buy property in Thailand or any real estate be it a condo or a villa then take legal advice before hand from a law firm.
The following title deeds are the more common title deeds which are offered to foreigners. You are best served by seeking legal advice from an attorney in Phuket for more information and assistance. See also the title deeds in Thailand which is mainly meant for Thai nationals. Most foreigners buy property which has a Chanote as a title deed which is similar to a title deed in the West.
There are a number of Thai title deeds in Thailand and they have limitation except for the Chanote title deed. Note however that there are limitations on certain Chanote’s being the ones which the government gave to landless Thai nationals. These Chanote title deeds are normally limited to 10 years being that the land cannot be sold for a period of 10 years since they received it from the company.