Elements of Thai Civil Law is meant to serve as an introduction to the study of legal concepts and legal principles that apply to Thai civil law. It is designed to provide a concise and systematic overview of the norms regulating legal relationships between private persons in a clear and straightforward style that is understandable to readers unused to legal phraseology. Each chapter gives a detailed analysis of a particular area of Thai civil law as well as numerous examples of the main issues encountered in a legal practice. Subject coverage includes: the law of obligations, property law, family law and succession.
Alessandro Stasi is a lecturer in business law at Mahidol University International College (MUIC). He holds two doctoral degrees in comparative business law from the University Federico II of Naples, Italy and the University Sophia Antipolis of Nice, France. In addition to being the author of textbooks in civil law, Alessandro Stasi also writes scholarly articles in leading international academic journals and provides advice to governments, corporations, international organizations, and non-governmental organizations concerning business law issues.
Elements of Thai Civil Law is aimed at students, researchers and businesspersons who wish to familiarize themselves with the Thai legal environment for their academic or professional activity.