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Published by Andrew Lacey

Authorised to lodge a caveat? Think again!

The ability to lodge a caveat is a valuable form of security for a lender to possess to protect their interests. However, what is often overlooked is that in order to lodge an effective caveat, a party must have a ‘caveatable interest’. In Ta Lee Investment Pty Ltd v Antonios [2019] NSWCA 24 (22 February 2019), the NSW Court of Appeal recently confirmed that whilst granting a party a caveatable interest in a contract is a relatively...
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