Bank's legal might cited as grounds for appeal

UK - The fact that orders by the Bank of Thailand to financial institutions carry the equivalent weight of the law could serve as the basis for an appeal by the government in the Pin Chakkaphak extradition case.

Rathakorn Nimwatana, a central bank assistant governor and former prosecutor, said it was possible that the British High Court was not aware of this point during its deliberations in the Pin case.

Under the Commercial Banking Act and the Finance, Securities and Credit Foncier Act

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