Title

Identifying an interest in land sufficient to support a caveat: Salbiah Bte Adnan v Micro Credit Pte Ltd [2014] SGHC 249

Publication Type

Blog Post

Publication Date

1-2015

Abstract

The difficult issue of what constitutes an interest in land sufficient to support a caveat (“caveatable interest”) recently presented itself before the High Court in the case of Salbiah Bte Adnan v Micro Credit Pte Ltd, which concerned a caveat lodged to protect an alleged security interest. The decision deserves the attention of property lawyers for it helpfully addressed various principles of property law relating, directly and indirectly, to the lodgment of caveats.

Discipline

Common Law | Contracts

Research Areas

Law of Transnational Business

Identifier

http://singaporelawblog.sg/blog/article/77

Publisher

IFAAMAS

Additional URL

http://singaporelawblog.sg/blog/article/77

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