Bangkok Post Bangkok Thailand
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) will terminate contracts with 64 stallholders who have not paid rent for their pitches in Chatuchak Market.
Deputy Transport Minister Chatt Kuldiloke, who supervises the SRT, said yesterday the SRT had undergone normal procedures with the defaulting lessees by issuing two warnings and waiting another month for rent payment before deciding to terminate their contracts.
After notifying the stallholders of the contract termination, the SRT will give defaulting lessees a month to move their belongings from the market.
Mr Chatt said that overdue rent payment was a major problem at the weekend market.
There were currently over 600 defaulting lessees, he said “Decisive actions are necessary for the market to survive,” he said.
“Regulations must be respected to maintain the market.”
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