Crown Property, Chapter 23 : Principles of Ownership/Legal Principles of Partnerships/Company/Funds in Crown Property

Assistant Professor Dr Anon Sakvorawit
Department of Insurance Science and Risk Management
Citizen data science
Faculty of Applied Statistics National Institute of Development Administration

Before I go to Debate with Nong Rung Panassaya Sitthijirawatanakul In the program directly asking Jomkwan, who has Khun Jomkwan Laopetch acting as the MC. On the matter of Crown Property, I have studied the 5 Acts on the Arrangement of Crown Property (1936, 1941, 1948, 2017 and 2018) in detail. have read a book Brahma helps make it juicy It is a book containing articles on the royal property of Fa Dieang Publishing House, a publisher with anti-royal leanings. I read an article in BBC Prachatai which attacked the royal property as thoroughly as I could find it. He took about a week to study and asked many knowledgeable people and legal experts. Having consulted a good consultant in the field of rhetoric and debate. After that, I came to the conclusion that anti-monarchy Take the principle of public law – the administrative law to attack the king’s property is important, Almost every article is a look at the principles of government and public. which I learned very little and certainly not as skillfully and

Therefore, it needed to be demolished. (destruct-reconstruct) a new postmodern style with what I am more proficient in. That is the interpretation of the law of the Crown Property Regulations Act with the principles of civil and commercial law. that I learned a lot when I was a bachelor’s degree student in the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy. Chulalongkorn University And with the very intuition that anyone who will argue with me will tend to the left or a follower of the left or have a leftist as a prophet Specializing in the field of administrative and public law. But they are not well versed in civil and commercial matters or business law at all.
I sat down to pay homage to each of the law professors who had taught me. that I will apply the little knowledge I learned I sat and pondered until I realized that Explain the King’s property with the principle of ownership And the principle of company partnership law, shares would have an advantage on the other side that would come to debate for many reasons.

Firstly Principles of Ownership and Principles of Partnership Law Concretely obvious Companies It is more concrete than administrative law or public law. So, I will explain to the villagers more easily. because based on simple principles When holding assets that everyone has been holding more or less

Secondly The other side that comes to a Debate is probably not as skilled as I am. In particular, the legal issue of corporate partnerships with financial/accounting details has collapsed, and I have thoroughly studied finance and accounting. However, he certainly knows more than the other side of the argument. whether electing company directors Annual general meeting of shareholders, voting rights and other matters. Anyway, I should know better about business/finance/accounting.

Third Choosing the content for a debate is like setting the rules of the competition. If we choose to argue on the issue that the opponent is not skilled at all. Our chances of winning are greater.

So I interpreted the Crown Property Regulations Act. using proprietary principles and the principle of partnership/company law try talking to yourself Practice the speech to find the easiest way to explain. for the villagers to understand as easily as possible And then write an article for you to read and I must invite me to a debate in the end Article 12, the truth of my tax which I (release) still do not understand correctly. and false articles about Wat Phra Kaew from the mouth of “Mr. Anon Namph” on the King’s property

I have explained it simply by comparison. owned by the King It is like a fund that has a fund committee. and the fund manager But the real owner is always the King Royal Property Regulations Act of each period It’s just a change of fund committee and fund manager. as shown in the table below

The first edition of the Crown Property Regulations Act 1936, the first edition, includes the Minister of Finance as chairman of the Fund and has 4 other fund committees under royal assent. The manager of the fund is the Ministry of Finance.

The Crown Property Regulations Act, 1941, includes the Minister of Finance as chairman of the Fund and at least four other members of the Fund under royal approval. The manager of the fund is the Ministry of Finance.

the same as the Crown Property Regulations Act, 1948, includes the Minister of Finance as chairman of the Fund and there are at least four other fund committees under royal approval. There are two fund managers, namely the Director of the Crown Property Bureau. and the Director of the Royal Property Office which was established in the reign of King Rama IX

In terms of the Crown Property Regulations Act 2017, the members of the Fund’s committee are: The Crown Property Committee includes the Chair and other members. which the King has appointed at royal pleasure The manager of the fund is the Crown Property Bureau. As the law states that the Crown Property Office, any person or agency will be the manager. Crown Property for any property under any condition with the Director of the Crown Property Office being the manager There is also a director of the royal property office.

The Crown Property Regulations Act, 1948, abolished the Crown Property Office, allowing the Crown Property Office to manage Crown Property and Crown Property. collectively known as Crown Property

for ownership in the King’s property The first big principle who benefits (Beneficiary) who is the owner of the Crown Property Regulations Act has a section which confirms that the King is the beneficiary and can make use of profits from Crown Property. Although the details are slightly different, for example, in HM The King’s Whatever BE Act, BE Act 2560 (BE 2560) states that Income from Crown Property can be paid out by the Crown Property Office or invested in in accordance with the royal consent. The rest will be sold or used. only by the King at the royal pleasure

The second great principle of ownership
that is, anyone who can have the right to transfer / dispose of / terminate the condition of that property is the owner of the property. The Crown Property Regulation Act, 1936, stipulates that the queen’s assets may be disposed of/transferred by obtaining royal consent in the public interest or in the interest of the queen’s property while BE the Crown Property Regulations Act, 1948, is the property of to the King. property be transferred or It can only be sold for the benefit of Crown Property. and by receiving royal consent or in the public interest which has a law that can only be transferred or sold and the Act on the Arrangement of Crown Property BE 2560 cannot be done which causes it to cease to be the property of the King. not accepted

The third great principle of ownership That is, anyone who has money from the property must pay income tax. which is evidence that shows that the owner is the owner For this matter, King Vajiralongkorn has a wish to solve it. The Act on the Arrangement of Crown Property in 2017 and 2018 because previously the Act on the Arrangement of Crown Property 4 Matters previously used determined that Crown Property was exempt from taxation. As with private property, taxes are levied. As with the Crown Property Regulations Act 2017 and 2018, it states that Crown property is subject to duty or exemption. in accordance with the law on that No tax exemption at all. It makes it clearer that the owner of the Crown Property is the Crown Property because it has already paid personal income tax on the profit/interest from the Crown Property.

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