but which, under Thai rental law, can only be enforced in the form of a 30-year lease agreement. Most problems can be avoided by proper planning, diligence of the property and obtaining legal advice and assistance before signing a lease or paying a lease bond. A lease (lease) of more than 3 years must be registered with the local land office in order to be enforceable (by legal action) of more than 3 years. In any case, the rental agreement must be registered within 3 years of signing and starting the lease with the Department of the Land of Thailand, or the tenant could lose his right to take a lease to court. . . .