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Caveats in Queensland: Procedures and Practicalities

Caveats are a last line of defence for parties that have unregistered interests in land which can be extinguished by a later indefeasible registered title. In this program, John Gallagher, from Argon Law in Maroochydore, Queensland, sets out: the requirements for lodgement of a

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Caveats are a last line of defence for parties that have unregistered interests in land which can be extinguished by a later indefeasible registered title. In this program, John Gallagher, from Argon Law in Maroochydore, Queensland, sets out: the requirements for lodgement of a caveat in Queensland; who can lodge a caveat; what interests can be protected; what happens after the caveat is lodged; when and how it can be removed; and the risks for caveators in lodging or refusing to remove a caveat where the requirements for a valid caveat are not met.

[26.46 minutes] [0.44 CPD units]

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John Gallagher
Argon Law

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0.01 CPD Hours

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