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Caveat is a caution and give notice to the Court not to give any grant to take any step without notice given to the party lodging the caveat.

Caveat is a Latin term to mean 'Let him beware'.

Party that files the caveat is called Caveator.

The Caveat will be in force for 90 days from the date of its filing.

Rights of the Caveator

The court will not give any ex parte interim order to the opponent party without hearing the caveator.

Related Acts

  • Section 148A of Code of Civil Procedure, 1976 deals with Right to lodge a caveat

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