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Court fees (Thai Civil Case)

Court fees are the fees charged by the Court upon entry of plaints or motion filed or applied by the person whose rights and duties under the civil law are in dispute. The court fees can be categorized as follows:

Case with computable monetary value claim
          These are the cases where the relief sought is to acquire a sum of money or a property which is computable in terms of money, and yet does not belong to him or her, from another person. The claimed amount of money or value of property, such as houses, lands or cars, shall be deemed as the amount of money in dispute. 
           In cases with computable monetary value claim, court fees for the amount not exceeding fifty million baht shall be the rate of 2 baht per hundred baht of the amount of money in dispute but shall not exceed two hundred thousand baht. For the amount exceeding fifty million baht, the court fees shall be charged at the rate of 0.1 baht per hundred baht of the claimed amount.

Case with non-monetary claim
          These are cases where the relief sought is to cease grievances or damage that is not computable in terms of money, for instance, a request for enforcing the defendant to take some action or restrain from doing certain action for the benefit of the plaintiff without any request or claim for a sum of money or certain properties.
           In the cases with non-monetary claim, the plaintiff will be charged at the rate of 200 baht per case. The charge for the case where the relief applied for is partly computable in terms of money and is partly not computable shall be at the same rate charged for cases with computable monetary value claim but not less than 200 baht.

There are various types of court fees. So you would be notified by your lawyer depending on your case.

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