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 Will Caveats: Proceed with Caution

Will caveats can be an important tool to protect the rights of a person with an interest in a deceased estate, however where the caveat results in contested litigation the caveator may have cost orders made against them if the Court decides the caveat was not justified.  In this program, Christine Manolakos, from CM Lawyers in Sydney, looks at the rules applying to will caveats across the Australian jurisdictions, when and why a caveat can be lodged, including case examples, and the possible costs consequences if the caveat is found to be invalid.

30 minutes / 0.50 CPD units



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Product Code: PAH7996
 Price:  $33.00 (Inclusive of GST)