You can file caveat which has 90 days warranty after which you have to file another caveat. It is a good idea.
The meaning of caveat petition is as follows:
Caveat: A Caveat is an entry made in the books of the offices of a register or court to prevent a certain step being taken without previous notice to the person entering the caveat. In other words, a caveat is a caution or warning giving notice to the court not to take any step without notice being given to the party lodging the care at. It is very common in testamentary proceedings. It is a precautionary measure taken against the greater of probate or letters of administration, as the case may be, by the person lodging the caveat. Section 148-A of the code of civil procedure provides for lodging of a caveat.
Object: A caveat protects the caveator’s interest. The caveator is already ready to face the suit or proceedings which is expected to be instituted by his opponent. Hence no ex-parte order shall be passed against the caveator. The caveat avoids multiplicity of proceedings. Thus it saves the expenses costs and conveniences of the Courts.
Examples: A is owner of a house-site. He wants to construct a building He got the permission from the Municipality. A started construction. Meanwhile, B the neighbourer claimed some of the land of A and objected the construction, on the pretext of some bias, immediately on the day of threatening itself. A filed a caveat against B in the competent civil court praying the Court to give him a notice before passing any interim order or relief in case if B files any application before the Court, so that he could give the answer to the claim of B.
Form: No form is prescribed for the caveat. The caveator may file a caveat in the form an application or petition before the court submitting the cause of action giving the name and description of the opponent. The copy of the application shall be sent to the opponent party in advance by Registered post Acknowledgement due, before filing it in the court.