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When is a 'caveat' filed? in what circumstances? what are the benefits of filing the same?
 
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Lawyer in Hyderabad.wats app no.9989324294

Caveat Petition

(Section 148A of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908)

A Caveat is a Latin term which means, 'let a person beware' originated in the mid 16th century. In law, it may be understood as a notice, especially in probate, that certain actions may not be taken without informing the person who gave the notice. It may simply be understood as a warning. In the Civil Procedure Code of 1908 (hereinafter, the Code) it was inserted under section 148A by the recommendations of the Law Commission of India's 54th Report and was inserted by the CPC (Amendment) Act 104 of 1976.

 
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Thank you for the answer, sir.
 
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