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|Posté le: Lun 13 Nov - 13:33 (2017) Sujet du message: Property settlement - caveat & application query
Is just having a caveatable interest sufficient to lodge a caveat over a property (if you are worried the other party MIGHT do something shady) or do you need to have direct evidence that the other party is intending to defeat your settlement claim via disposing of the property?
Secondly, I have a draft of an initiating Application but it only lists orders for the house to be sold, it doesn't have the car (a marital asset of decent value) down to be sold - does this mean the court won't rule on what is to happen with the car if no orders are listed about it? The car will have to be listed on the financial statement of the other party (it's in their name only) - so is that sufficient for the courts to consider it?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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