(1) A person claiming to have an interest in an estate may file in the registry a caveat in the approved form.
(2) The caveat may be—(a) a caveat against a grant for the estate; or(b) a caveat requiring any application for a grant to be referred to the court as constituted by a judge; or(c) a caveat requiring proof in solemn form of any will of the deceased.
(3) The caveat must give an address for service of the caveator as if the caveator were a plaintiff.
(4) The caveat takes effect on the date of filing and remains in force for 6 months, but may be renewed for periods of 6 months by the filing of a new caveat.
(5) The registrar must enter the caveat in a register kept for the purpose.