Administrative Dispute

Administrative Dispute

Administrative disputes in Thailand typically involve conflicts between individuals or organizations and government agencies or administrative bodies. These disputes can arise from various situations where individuals or entities feel aggrieved by decisions, actions, or omissions of government authorities.

We wish no one to face such a situation and yet, it is very important to be well-represented with an experienced lawyer in administrative disputes.

ATa Service Outsourcing propose comprehensible solution with our team of lawyers specializing in administrative disputes.

Here’s an overview of administrative disputes in Thailand:

Types of Disputes

Administrative disputes can cover a wide range of issues, including:

  • Land disputes
  • Zoning regulations
  • Licensing and permit issues
  • Taxation disputes
  • Immigration matters


and administrative decisions affecting businesses or individuals.

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Legal Framework

The legal framework for administrative disputes in Thailand is primarily governed by the Administrative Procedure Act B.E. 2539 (1996). This law outlines the procedures for challenging administrative decisions, seeking redress, and appealing to administrative courts.

Administrative Court

In Thailand, administrative disputes are typically adjudicated by specialized administrative courts, such as the Administrative Court and the Central Administrative Court. These courts have jurisdiction over cases involving administrative decisions, actions, or omissions by government agencies or officials.

Procedures

The procedures for resolving administrative disputes typically involve filing a complaint or petition with the relevant administrative court. The court will then review the case, hear arguments from both parties, and make a decision based on the merits of the case and applicable law.

 

Remedies

If the administrative court finds in favor of the plaintiff (the party challenging the administrative decision), it may issue various remedies, including quashing the decision, ordering the government agency to take specific actions, or awarding compensation or damages to the plaintiff.

Legal Representation

Given the complexity of administrative law and procedures, individuals or entities involved in administrative disputes often seek legal representation from experienced lawyers who specialize in administrative law and litigation.

ATA Service Outsourcing will provide you with this experienced lawyer.

 

Time Limits

It’s essential to be aware of any time limits for filing administrative complaints or appeals, as there are often statutory deadlines that must be met to preserve the right to challenge administrative decisions.

Overall, administrative disputes in Thailand require a thorough understanding of administrative law and procedures, as well as effective legal representation to navigate the process and protect one’s rights effectively.

By choosing to be assisted by ATA Outsourcing in your dispute, you benefit from increased legal security, ensuring strict compliance with legal formalities.

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