Guest (n/a) 11 December 2008
G. ARAVINTHAN (Legal Consultant / Solicitor) 12 December 2008
Originally, a caveat was a document that could be served on either a judge or a public official to give him or her notice that he or she should discontinue a certain proceeding until an opposing party was given an opportunity to be heard.
Used in the past by someone objecting to the appointment of an executor or administrator of an estate or to the granting of a patent for an invention, the term caveat is rarely used by modern attorneys.
Shree. ( Advocate.) 12 December 2008
Tribhuwan Pandey (Advocate) 12 December 2008
Caveat is a Latin expression which means "let him or her beware".
Caveat is a formal notification to a court or court officer not to take certain steps till the notifier is heard.
Section 148-A of Code of Civil Procedure empowers a person to lodge a caveat.
Rathnakar P V (civil engineer) 16 December 2008
My land is under mutation.
Some one,an illegal occupant(Of above land) is approaching the court to create nuisance.Under these conditions can i approach the court for "CAVEAT'?
RAKHI BUDHIRAJA ADVOCATE (LAWYER AT BUDHIRAJA & ASSOCIATES SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) 24 December 2008
Caveat litalally mean "be aware". I do agree with all of my friends.
prof s c pratihar (medical practitioner &legal studies) 28 December 2008
according to its dictionary meaning caveat is an official request that a court should not take a particular action without issusing notice to the party lodging the caveat and without affording an opportunity of hearing him.
Jayendra Sevada (Advocate) 29 December 2008
CAVEAT = BE AWARE
COURT CANNOT ISSUE NOTICE ON A WELL HEARD N DECIDED CASE WITHOUT PROVINDING AN OPPURTUNITY TO THE PERSON WHO HAS FILED THE CAVET WITH THE OFFICE OF THE COURT.
CAVEAT GIVES AN OPPURTUNITY TO THE PERSON WHO WAS THE PARTY TO THAT PARTICULAR CASE IN THE LOWER COURT.
CAVEAT SIMPLIFIES THE PROCESS OF LAW. AS THE JUDGE WILL HEAR BOTH THE PARTIES BEFORE REJECTING OR ACCEPTING THE CASE.
pun (eng) 26 October 2012