Section Code: 0027 - 0030
The Land Development Act,
B.E. 2543 (2000)
Chapter II: Application for Land Development
The issuance of a land development license shall be made by the Commission within seven days as from:
- the date on which the Commission gives or is deemed to have given approval to the map, project and procedure for the land development under section 25; or
- the date on which the decision of the Central Land Development Commission is known in the case where the Central Land Development Commission approves the land development, or the date on which it is deemed that the appellant has been given approval to carry out the land development under section 26.
When the Commission has issued a land development license to any person, the Commission shall inform the land developer thereof within seven days as from the date of issuance.
When a land development license has been issued to any person, the Commission shall without delay furnish the license together with the map, project and procedure approved by the Commission to the competent official of the locality in which the land is situated for the purpose of recording in the title deeds or the certificates of land exploitation, within fifteen days as from the date of receipt of the license from the Commission, that the land is under development. In this connection, when title deeds or certificates of land exploitation have been allocated for the individual sub-lots of land, such record shall also be made in all the separate title deeds or certificates of land exploitation.
In advertising a land development project in respect of the particulars specified in section 23, the statements in the advertisement shall also correspond to the indications and details presented in the application.
In the case where the land under development is subject to a preferential right on account of a sale of an immovable property or is encumbered with a mortgage, the competent official shall, when title deeds or certificates of land exploitation are allocated to the individual sub-lots of land, record such preferential right or mortgage in all the separate title deeds or certificates of land exploitation. For this purpose, there shall also be specified in the register the amount of money which the preferential right holder or mortgagee is entitled to receive out of each sub-lot of land, and it shall be deemed that each sub-lot is subject to the preferential right or the mortgage to the extent of such specified amount.
The land, which is for public facilities, and the land, which is for public services shall be free from the preferential right on, account of a sale of immovable property and from the mortgage.