Lodging a Caveat
Each state has specific rules for lodging caveats.
It is not possible to lodge a caveat on a debtor's property title, without his consent.
A caveat usually accompanies a charge or a term in business trading terms.
We can give you advice on how to set this up and provide a quote for documenting it.
A judgment does not automatically allow a creditor to lodge a caveat on the debtor's property title.
However, in Tasmania and South Australia, it is possible to lodge an equivalent document on the debtor's title immediately after obtaining a judgment.
Our fixed price fully inclusive costs for this are:
South Australia|| $1,540.75 (Includes Investigations Summons)
The costs are usually recoverable from the debtor.
Call us for information.