Last time, we discussed the fact that under the 2007 constitution the government in Thailand can expropriate or take away land owned by private parties. Why does this happen?
Well, in theory the government may need private land for public purposes, for example, to build a road or an airport or a public transport system.
But the government can't just show up and take land from private owners. There is a law that controls how this must happen.
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