My company in Thailand appoints a lawyer to sue the debtor in Court claiming for an outstanding figure. I am wondering that the Plaint is a summary of facts without any details. Is it a practice in Thailand?
27 ก.พ. 62 22:50
It is normal practice in Thailand that the Plaint of the Plaintiff for a general legal case does not need to describe all details, but it must be clear enough for the Defendant to understand the claim.
However, the Plaintiff is obliged to produce supporting evidence during the trial in order to achieve the required burden of proof to substantiate the claim.