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The Local Official’s Power over a Private Road
The Local Official’s Power over a Private Road

A private road that an owner allowed the public to use as a transport path is “road” and “public place” pursuant to Section 4 of the Act on the Maintenance of the Public Cleanliness and Orderliness, B.E. 2535 (1992). Even though the owner had put up a private road sign, it was only to show that the road had not been abandoned and prevent the road from becoming public domain of the state under Section 1304 (2) of the Civil and Commercial Code. When a person put any object on such a road, the local official has the power to order that person to remove the object from the road. If the violator fails to comply with the order, the local official may assign an official to do so and order the violator to compensate for the expenses as actually incurred.




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