File A Caveat
Fixed price Rs. 7999
File a Caveat in the concerned court with the help of an experienced advocate.
A Caveat is a Notice given by a person, informing the Court that another person may file a suit or application against him and that the Court must give the Caveator (person filing the Caveat) a fair hearing before deciding any matter brought before it in the relevant case. A caveat can only be filed in the High Court and Supreme Court.
a) Introduction call. A 30-minute phone call to know your advocate and talk about how you will work together.
b) Checklist of list of documents required will be shared.
c) Verification of your documents.
d) Filing of Caveat and Handling the required paperwork.
What’s Not Included
a) Court fees and Stamp Duty as applicable shall be payable extra.
You May Also Want To Know
a) What is a Caveat?
A Caveat is a notice given by a person, informing the Court that another person may file a suit or application against him and that the Court must give the person filing the Caveat a fair hearing before deciding any matter brought before it in the relevant case.
b) In which Court(s) can a caveat be filed?
Caveats can be filed in a principal Civil Court of original jurisdiction, an appellate Court, the High Courts and the Supreme Court.
c) When is a Caveat filed?
A Caveat is filed when the Caveator anticipates some legal proceeding filed against him by another party, in the near future.
There are multiple reasons for filing a Caveat, some of which include:
– to clarify the Caveator’s address
– to place on record his intention to participate in the proceedings
– to prevent any ad interim order or injunction being passed without his appearance to defend his case
d) What is the time duration of the enforceability of a Caveat?
The Caveat is valid for 90 days from the date of lodging in the Court. Before the expiry of the period of 90 days, a fresh application can be made to extend the period of the Caveat for a further period of 90 days.
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