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Police shutdown unlicensed pool villa in Pattaya, promise crackdown on illegal rentals


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5 minutes ago, clearance said:

You need a hotel license for short-term (less than a month) rentals.

And to get one you need to comply with certain regulations such as having fire extinguishers and pool safety features (depth signs etc.)

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1 hour ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Interesting. Since when do people need a license if they have a villa with a pool?

Or did I miss something important? 

Evidently.

 

1 hour ago, clearance said:

You need a hotel license for short-term (less than a month) rentals.

 

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Just now, OneMoreFarang said:

Interesting. Since when do people need a license if they have a villa with a pool?

Or did I miss something important? 

from the headline:
crackdown on illegal rentals

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4 hours ago, phetphet said:
4 hours ago, clearance said:

You need a hotel license for short-term (less than a month) rentals.

And to get one you need to comply with certain regulations such as having fire extinguishers and pool safety features (depth signs etc.)

It's also very expensive that's why these Dodgy agents don't bother. 

 

I see foreigners acting as these unlawful agents, I'd like to see these guys deported.

Bloody disrespectful lowlifes. 

 

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17 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Interesting. Since when do people need a license if they have a villa with a pool?

Or did I miss something important? 

Yes you did, they need a license when using a residential property and renting it out for commercial purposes.

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23 hours ago, clearance said:

You need a hotel license for short-term (less than a month) rentals.

Yet Airbnb website happily operate in Thailand...

If the crackdown they really want, block that?

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17 hours ago, tingtong said:

Yet Airbnb website happily operate in Thailand...

If the crackdown they really want, block that?

You know their track record here.... couldn't block a toilet. 

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On 7/2/2022 at 12:50 PM, tingtong said:

Yet Airbnb website happily operate in Thailand...

If the crackdown they really want, block that?

What happens when you book from overseas? 🤔

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On 7/2/2022 at 12:50 PM, tingtong said:

Yet Airbnb website happily operate in Thailand...

If the crackdown they really want, block that?

That's what the article is saying. 

You'll find the pool villa above was booked through Airbnb. 

 

Airbnb websites happily operate in Thailand renting these pool villas illegally. 

 

 

On 7/1/2022 at 12:19 PM, webfact said:

Banglamung Police shut down and took legal action against the keeper of an unlicensed pool villa in Pattaya

 

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On 7/1/2022 at 1:38 PM, Reposed said:

 

But it is entirely legal for those same Thais to make 500 decibels of noise anytime, anyplace with a dozen speakers on their porches each bigger than my truck.

 

Until all hours of the morning from throughout the night......don't forget.

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