—(1) Any person claiming an interest in land (whether or not the land has been brought under the provisions of this Act), or any person otherwise authorised by this Act or any other written law to do so, may lodge with the Registrar a caveat in the approved form which shall include the following particulars:
the name of the caveator and the caveatee;
an address in Singapore at which notices may be served on the caveator and the caveatee;
particulars of the estate or interest claimed by the caveator;
the grounds in support of the claim;
the nature of the prohibition of the dealing in land;
the lot affected by the caveat and, where that lot is comprised in a folio, the folio;
where the caveat relates to only part of the land, such description of that part as will enable it to be identified to the satisfaction of the Registrar;
if the caveator is a purchaser or sub-purchaser of the interest in the land, the amount of the purchase price and the date of the caveator’s contract or the date on which he exercised the option to purchase the interest in the land, as the case may be; and
(2) A caveator may, according to the extent of his interest, forbid the registration under this Act of any dealing affecting the land against which the caveat is directed, either —
unless the dealing is expressed to be subject to the interest claimed by the caveator; or
unless the caveator or some person nominated by him in the caveat has consented in writing to such registration.
(3) For the purposes of this Part, and without limiting its generality, a reference to a person claiming an interest in land shall include a reference to any of the following persons:
any person who has an interest in the proceeds of sale of land, not being an interest arising from a judgment or order for the payment of money; and
a person who has obtained an injunction in respect of an estate or interest in land.
(4) Nothing in this section shall enable a caveator or a person nominated by him in a caveat under subsection (2)(b) to withhold his consent to any dealing which a caveatee may lawfully make.