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Litigation In Thailand: How It Works

Litigation is a term referring to ‘taking some form of legal action’ and let’s face it, in a perfect world there would be no conflicts or disputes; we do not live in such a world and in some ways, litigation is part of life. Thailand, much like every other nation, has its own set of complex laws and whether you are initiating the litigation or responding to a lawsuit, you will need to consult with an English-speaking litigation lawyer. Filing A Lawsuit If, for example, you are owed a considerable amount of money and you wish to start legal proceedings to reclaim the funds, your lawyer would be able to give you an accurate estimate as to the outcome. You never know when you might need the services of a dispute resolution law firm in Bangkok, and it doesn’t cost much to get a professional opinion. If you purchased a new car and after repeated requests, the faults are not fixed by the dealership and all communication goes unanswered, it might be the best course of action to file a lawsuit. Gathering Evidence If you are filing a lawsuit, you will need to present evidence of negligence or cause, which the court will hear. The recipient of the lawsuit will respond by presenting their case. Responding To A Lawsuit If you are the recipient of a lawsuit, the first thing to do is consult with a litigation lawyer, who can advise you accordingly. In such a situation, you have to respond; that means consulting with an English-speaking litigation lawyer. Power Of Attorney If you wish to have your lawyer act upon your behalf, you need power of attorney; without it, the court is unlikely to accept the case. Of course, your lawyer can apply for power of attorney and will keep you informed every step of the way. Settling Out Of Court In many instances, a conflict is settled out of court using both party’s lawyers to mediate an agreement, which is much preferred to going to the expense of a court hearing. The lawyers do what they can to resolve the issue, which might take several meetings, and should they be successful, there is no need to take the court’s valuable time. Criminal Litigation Criminal litigation can include the following:
  • Fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Breach of contact
  • Extradition
There might be an application for bail from the defendant’s lawyer. In some cases, the police object to bail, due to flight risk or witness intimidation. Civil Litigation Civil litigation might include:
  • Defamation
  • Personal injury
  • Property disputes
  • Medical malpractice
  • Employment dispute
  • Intellectual property
If you are thinking about filing a lawsuit, you should first consult with a litigation lawyer, as it might not be the best move. Very often, a person will be emotionally connected to something and that drives them to want to take legal action when in fact, they have insufficient evidence and would not win a court case. To conclude, whether you are filing a lawsuit or are on the receiving end of a lawsuit, you should first talk to an experienced litigation lawyer and see what they have to say.

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