Prescribing Forms and Procedures for the Notification of Business Termination or Relocation of Office or Place of Business of Foreigners
B.E. 2544 (2001)
By virtue of section 14 and section 46 of the Foreign Business Act, B.E. 2542 (1999), which is an Act containing certain provisions relating to the restriction of rights and liberties of the people, which section 29 in conjunction with section 35 and section 50 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand allow to be done by virtue of law, the Minister of Commerce hereby issues the Ministerial Regulation as follows:
Clause 1. A licensee or holder of a Certificate who terminates a business operation shall notify the registrar in the form Tor. 1 attached hereto together the license or Certificate as the case may be.
Clause 2. A licensee or holder of a Certificate who relocates his/her office or place of business shall notify the registrar in the form Tor. 1 attached hereto together with a map indicating the approximate location of the new office or place of business.
Clause 3. A notification under clause 1 and clause 2 shall be made to the registrar within fifteen days as from the date of termination or relocation together with the payment of fees at the rates prescribed in a Ministerial Regulation at the following places:
(1) in the case of an office or place of business located in Bangkok, a notification shall be made to the Department of Commercial Registration, the Ministry of Commerce;
(2) in the case of an office or place of business located in other provinces, a notification shall be made to the Provincial Office of Commercial Registration of such province.
In the case where notification is made by another person, a power of attorney shall also be attached to form Tor. 1.
Given on 8th November B.E. 2544 (2001)
(signed) Adisai Bhotaramik
(Mr. Adisai Bhotaramik)
Minister of Commerce