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1. news | 27 Feb 2015
» PHUKET — In a shock decision by the Phuket Civil Court, backed by the Region 8 Appellate Court, it has been ruled that so-called “secured leases” offered by some real estate developers to allow foreigners to secure a cas...
2. news | 21 Jan 2015
» The president of the Constitutional Court can serve multiple three-year terms while the court's justices will serve nine years or until they are 70 under the new constitution.
3. news | 21 Jan 2015
» The Constitutional Court will be kept under the new constitution, after the Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) yesterday rejected a proposed merger with the Supreme Court.
4. news | 30 Dec 2014
» ISLAMABAD - A Pakistani court Tuesday remanded the alleged mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attacks in police custody for two days in a kidnapping case, a day after another court approved his release.
5. learning | 22 Nov 2013
» The Pheu Thai Party firmly rejected the Constitution Court's ruling on the charter amendment draft seeking to have a fully elected Senate and announced it will seek the impeachment of the court judges.
6. learning | 23 Oct 2013
» The Appeals Court yesterday overruled the guilty verdict handed down by the Criminal Court against Santika pub owner Wisuk Setsawat on charges relating to dozens of deaths and injuries in a 2008 New Year countdown fire.
7. learning | 01 Nov 2010
» The latest video clips allegedly revealing secret discussions between Constitution Court judges have once again put the court in an uncomfortable situation.
8. learning | 21 Sep 2010
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» (n) a request that a court change a decision of a lower court การอุทธรณ์ (v) appeal – to request that a court decision be changed ยื่นอุทธรณ์ ขออุทธรณ์
9. news | 19 Feb 2015
» The Supreme Court yesterday ordered the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to pay 12.6 million baht plus 7.5% annual interest to relatives of 12 of the 29 people killed in the collapse of the Phran Nok pier in 199...
10. news | 19 Feb 2015
» The Supreme Court has ordered the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to pay 12.6 million baht plus 7.5% annual interest to relatives of 12 of the 29 people killed in the collapse of the Phran Nok pier in 1995.