What happens if I lodge a caveat over the title to real estate in Victoria when I do not have a caveatable interest?

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A caveat is an instrument that protects an unregistrable legal or equitable interest in real property. The caveat is a notice to the public that the person lodging the caveat (the caveator) holds an unregistered interest in the property, and provides details of the interest claimed. The caveat prevents the registration of

What factors does the Family Court take into account when making final property orders?

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The factors that the Family Court (and the Federal Circuit Court) will take into account in determining what orders to make on the hearing of an application for final property orders are set out in (among others) Sections 75(2) and 79 of the Family Law Act 1975. 

In the recent case of Knight