A caveat is a legal notice made to the Registrar of Titles. It records a person’s interest in a property that is not otherwise reflected in the title of the land.
The Applicant must have in his/her possession;
- Two sets of embossed caveat documents duly witnessed by an Advocate and signed by the person who is placing the Caveat (Deponent) and dated.
- Statutory/ Declaration signed by the Deponent and a Commissioner for Oaths Two Passport photographs of the person placing the Caveat.
- The Applicant presents the full set of original documents and a photocopy of the same. To Department of Land Registration (Office OF titles) for processing.
- The photocopy is stamped ‘Received’ and returned to the Applicant.
- The Applicant checks with the Department of Land Registration (Office of Titles) after 10 working days to confirm entry of the Caveat upon the register.
- Set of Passport photographs
- General Receipts of Payment
Fees paid at the Ministry/ District
- Registration: fees 10,000/=