The Latin-origin word, Caveator denotes a person who lodges the caveat.
Kattil Vayalil Parkkum Koiloth v. Mannil Paadikayil Kadeesa Umma AIR 1991 Ker 411
Reserve Bank of India Employees association & Anr. V. The Reserve Bank of India and Ors. AIR 1981 AP 246
Emergency doctrine is a principle that allows individuals to take action in the face of a sudden or urgent need for aid, without being subject to normal standards of reasonable care.
The rights of the deceased’s children or children extend not only to the deceased’s brothers and sisters, nephews and nieces and other collateral eunuchs but also to the deceased’s parents.