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Phuket encroachment probe hots up

Revocation of 'illegal' land forms threatened

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The Lands Department says it is prepared to revoke any illegal land possession documents in Phuket’s Sirinat National Park if they are found to be illegal by an investigation to be held over the next 60 days. 

Officials dismantle an alleged illegal structure in Sirinat National Park. Achadtaya Chuennirun

"The investigation into land encroachment in Sirinat National Park must be conducted very carefully," said newly appointed director-general Peerasak Hinmuangkow.

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