An application for a caution against first registration must be made in Form CT11. However, the owner of a registrable estate cannot register a caution against first registration to protect his own interest against third parties2. A caution against first registration merely entitles the cautioner to be notified of an application for first registration. It does not confer any validity or priority on the interest claimed. Where necessary, such interest should be protected by registration at the Land Charges Department
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