Our, we are in south australia but our son commited a crime in victoria, we realize he had to do the time. we know that.

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Customer: we are in south australia but our son commited a crime in victoria
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Customer: we realize he had to do the time. we know that. we are wondering because we helped him out to an extent financially financially Legal Aide Put a Caviet on our home in South Australia. So are we Liable for ours sons debt to Legal Aide Victoria
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Customer: We wanted to refinance our home loan to cheaper interest Rate but bank wouldn't let us because of Caviet. His Dad is an Senior Disabled Pensioner and l am not working due to Disability. Our Sons case was heard at the Supreme Court.. thank you very much my name is Lyn
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Hi, I’m John, solicitor, and reviewing your post, and may need to ask a few questions a long the way to assist you.

Concerning your important matter, you will be able to have this caveat removed but this will require you to engage a local lawyer as the first option, and they will contact the titles office, to have notice issued to the party that lodged the caveat against your property to have it removed and where they do not remove it you will seek an order from the court being a cost order against him for any costs or loss is that you incurred as a result of that caveat being on the title.

The second option is you can contact the titles office directly, and ask the titles office to provide you the necessary forms to seek removal of the caveat that has been lodged against your property wrongly

Your next step is to decide upon whether you will contact the titles office directly or that you will engage a lawyer to assist you in administering that process.

Thank you for reaching out today.

You have a legal right to protect your interests in this important situation.

I am a user like you in this chat forum to assist in your important question today.

Thank you kindly for rating me with 5 stars, which helps me support the community.

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I hope I have assisted with answering your important question today, and thank you for supporting the community.

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We have had no contact with Legal aide for nearly 7 years our son was sentenced to 9 yrs. Wondering who is actually Liable for Legal Aide debt us or our son
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John Melis, Expert

I kindly request that you please scroll up. I have posted a reply for you that explains your options, if you cannot see the response, I request that you refresh your screen, and where it does not show please let me know and I will repost it for you. I am here to assist you when you need.

Based on the information you have provided you will be able to have the caveat removed

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Thank you John l have finally managed to find the information you sent. It just would not open or download till 2day. We thank you so much for your help. Thank you so much for helping us.
Would recommend you to friends.
Lyn and Dave
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You are welcome, and thank you for supporting the community.

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We rate your service as Excellent. Thank you once again
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