In general, the French legal system is based on constitutional laws, laws and statutes. In particular, construction law is included in the French Civil Code and in the Housing and Construction Code. As an alternative to cash deductions, the amount of the guarantee is sometimes transferred to a separate bank account – possibly an account controlled by both parties or a fiduciary account of a lawyer.  . First, it should be noted that this provision does not require the claimant to prove that it is entitled to the payment, compensation or reimbursement referred to in the clause. A group of statutes on the same subject, for example.B. design or construction, can be grouped or arranged, resulting in a “code” or “act”. In addition, the Building Control Act is B.E. 2522 (1979) and its accompanying ministerial regulations (together the BCA) specific legal sources for the procedure for applying for building permits, restrictions on the construction of the building, safety, fire protection and various other aspects.
Therefore, the BCA must be carefully reviewed by developers or contractors before starting the construction of a building. In addition, the Planning and Construction Act 2008 (and related rules) establishes formal standards for construction projects. The mandatory law of 9 July 1971 on the construction and sale of houses to be built or built (and in the implementation of this law, the Royal Decree of 21 October 1971) plays a predominant role in the regulation of housing activity contracts. . . .