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The DSI (Department of Special Investigations) are checking two luxury houses located on Pa Kuantohla and Pa Laemsam mountains alongside another 2,000 rai of land that is alleged to have an illegal land deed.

After checking the land document at the local land office, DSI have found that the names of landlords are a famous millionaire and his children who have owned the land for more than 10 years. Their names haven’t been revealed.

The Director of Marine and Costal Resources Centre, DSI, Pichet Thongsrinun went to Takuatung Land Office in Phang Nga to check the documents of the national park land to investigate the process of issuing the land deed of the 2 houses.

“Initially, we only found the land deeds issued on the tip of the mountain covering 14 plots (including the 2 houses) but after a detailed check and aerial photographic mapping, we found that there are more land deeds in the area covering a total of 33 plots on 2,000 rai which we believe are on the same national park mountains. They are of type Nor Sor 3.”

The DSI haven’t yet revealed the name list of accused landlords. The land papers are still being investigated.

- Nattha Thepbamrung and Kritsada Mueanhawong

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Nattha Thepbamrung and Kritsada Mueanhawong
Kritsada Mueanhawong lives the news. He chases it and delivers it, fresh everyday. Nathan Thepbamrung is a Phuket native that translates the Thai news feeds and prepares them for Phuket Gazette. Nattha is an experienced journalist who graduated from Journalism and Mass Communication at Thammasat University. She has acquired seven years experience as a Journalist and Content Writer for local and national newspapers and magazines, focusing on news, lifestyle and investigative articles.