caveator


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ca·ve·at

 (kăv′ē-ät′, kä′vē-, kā′vē-ăt′)
n.
1.
a. A warning or caution: made a recommendation with many caveats.
b. A qualification or explanation.
2. Law A formal notice filed by an interested party requesting postponement of a court proceeding or other action until the filer can be heard.
v. ca·ve·at·ed, ca·ve·at·ing, ca·ve·ats or ca·ve·at·ted or ca·ve·at·ting
v.intr. Law
To submit a caveat.
v.tr.
1. Law To make a caveat to (a will, for example).
2. Informal To qualify with a warning or clarification: The spokesperson caveated the statement with a reminder that certain facts were still unknown.

[From Latin, let him beware, third person sing. present subjunctive of cavēre, to beware.]

cav′e·a·tor n.

caveator

(ˈkeɪvɪˌeɪtə; ˈkæv-)
n
(Law) law a person who enters a caveat
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unless within that period the caveator commences an action to establish the caveator's title to the estate or interest claimed and registers a certificate of pending litigation.
After the filing of a caveat by an interested person other than a creditor, the court must not admit a will of the decedent to probate or appoint a personal representative without service of formal notice on the caveator or the caveator's designated agent.
2013 Revision: Subdivision (f) is updated to provide that a caveator is not required to be served with formal notice of its own petition for administration.
Querela nullitatis proponi potest non solum adversus sententias definitivas, verum edam adversus sententias interlocutorias et decreta, a Rota Romana quomodocumque emissa, dummodo, nisi aliud iure caveator, vim sententiae definitivae habeant.
195) Third, if the Registrar is satisfied that the caveator has an interest in the land that has not been extinguished under the Limitation of Actions Act 1974 (Qld), then the Registrar can refuse to register the applicant as owner, instead registering the applicant as having a lesser interest.
If the Registrar-General is satisfied that the caveator is the registered proprietor of the land to which the application relates, or has an estate or interest in that land derived under or through the registered proprietor, he shall refuse the application.
A prudent caveator under the statute should assert in the caveat that he or she is an "interested person"--someone who reasonably expects to be affected by the probate or lack of probate of the will.
If another inventor subsequently submitted a patent for the same idea, then the Caveator was notified and given an opportunity to submit a patent.
The caveat shall contain the decedent's name, the decedent's social security number, or date of birth, if known, a statement of the interest of the caveator in the estate, and the name, and specific mailing address, and residence address of the caveator.
260 Subdivision (c) is amended to (CAVEAT; clarify that a state agency filing a PROCEEDINGS) caveat need not designate an agent for service of process, and to provide that a caveator who is not a resident of the county where the caveat is filed must designate either a resident of that county or an attorney licensed and residing in Florida as the agent.
260 26-0 Subdivision (c) is amended to clarify that a state agency filing a caveat need not designate an agent for service of process, and to provide that a caveator who is not a resident of the county where the caveat is filed must designate either a resident of that county or an attorney licensed and residing in Florida as the agent.
2123, likely requires the caveator to challenge the will and the qualifications of the personal representative before a personal representative is authorized to take actions on behalf of an estate.