K.Pairot Monitors Hua Hin Court Construction Site

K.Pairot Monitors Hua Hin
K.Pairot Monitors Hua Hin

On June the Chairman of the Supreme Court Mr. Pairot Wayyuphab and his delegates visited Hua Hin to monitor a construction site of the Hua Hin Court. The 2-Rai construction site, located on the way up to Chong Pradu, will have a 2-storey building facing the northern road. The building consists of 5 courtrooms, a lawyers’ office, a prosecutors’ office, an office for judges of the joint-court for child and youth cases, a meeting room, a bench room and jails for male and female prisoners. The construction project, carried out by S.P.E. Development Co. Ltd. in Bangkok, costs 110 million Baht and will take around 3 more months to complete.

The visiting group said that after the contractor completed the work in the end of this year or the beginning of next year, the new court of Hua Hin would be ready to function. However, more personnel including 5 or 6 judges will be recruited to work there and jurisdiction on how to decentralize the court work in Hua Hin, Pranburi and Sam Roi Yod will be discussed before being formally announced in the Royal Gazette. According to Mr. Pairot, this new court is named, “Hua Hin Provincial Court” because its central office is in Prachuab Khirikhan. It is built in Hua Hin to facilitate local people in the city who would like to do any legal and judicial matters conveniently as Hua Hin is a place where many Thais and foreigners choose stay or visit.