The primary goal of business rehabilitation proceedings in Thailand is to provide debtors who are facing insolvency with various mechanisms to address their financial difficulties. This includes restructuring their liabilities and assets while also ensuring that creditors receive repayment equal to or greater than the amount they would have received if the debtor had been declared bankrupt by the court.
Rehabilitation proceedings are governed by the Act on the Establishment of and Procedure for Bankruptcy Court B. E. 2542 and the Bankruptcy Act B.E. 2483. The Civil Procedure Code regulates any matters not governed by these two laws.
In the eyes of the Thai judiciary, rehabilitation proceedings are classified as a type of bankruptcy action—thus, the country’s bankruptcy courts have jurisdiction over rehabilitation matters.
Business Rehabilitation Proceedings in Thailand is a detailed guide to the rehabilitation process for businesses in Thailand. It contains important information for entrepreneurs, creditors, and other stakeholders in businesses in Thailand that are facing challenges and that may be candidates for business rehabilitation.
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