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LAND TITLE DEEDS: Deciphering the differences

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  • Newspaper section: Spectrum
  • Writer: Angus Mitchell & Marcus Collins
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The array of letters and numbers that comprise the numerous forms of title deeds in Thailand can be bewildering, and the differences between them can be subtle and confusing. 

But fear not; help is at hand. Poker serves as a useful analogy: A Nor Sor 4 (or chanote) is the royal flush, and trumps a Nor Sor 3 Gor, which trumps a Nor Sor 3, which trumps a Sor Kor 1. And these trump all else. Clear as mud? Let's take each in turn, beginning this week with the chanote and the lowly Sor Kor 1.

Nor Sor 4 (chanote)

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