Filing of a Caveat by itself Would not Entitle the Caveator to be Treated as a Party to Proceedings: SC

Recently, the Supreme Court observed that the filing of Caveat by itself would not entitle the caveators to be treated as a party in a matter. The observation was made by Hon’ble Justice Aniruddha Bose while considering the Central Indian Police Service Association’s plea to intervene in an SLP on the strength of Caveat applications

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