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REAL PROPERTY ACT 1900 - SECT 74O

Restrictions on lodgment of further caveats if earlier caveat lapses or is withdrawn

74O Restrictions on lodgment of further caveats if earlier caveat lapses or is withdrawn

(1) This section applies if a caveat lodged under a provision of this Part in respect of any particular estate or interest in land or any particular right arising out of a restrictive covenant:
(a) subsequently lapses, or
(b) is, after an application is lodged with the Registrar-General for the preparation of a notice under section 74C (3), 74I (1) or (2), 74J (1) or 74JA (3), withdrawn under another provision of this Part, or
(c) is withdrawn or lapses under section 74MA,
and the same caveator lodges a further caveat with the Registrar-General in respect of the same estate, interest or right and purporting to be based on the same facts as the first caveat.
(2) A further caveat to which this section refers has no effect unless:
(a) the Supreme Court has made an order giving leave for the lodgment of the further caveat and the order or an office copy of the order accompanies the further caveat when it is lodged with the Registrar-General, or
(b) the further caveat is endorsed with the consent of the primary applicant or possessory applicant for, or the registered proprietor of, the estate or interest affected by the further caveat.



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