A probate is a document granted through the Supreme Court or the Resident Magistrate’s Court certifying that a will is valid and authorizing the executor(s) to administer the estate of the deceased person.
A power of attorney is a legal document by which an individual or company appoints/empowers another person or company to represent them or act in their place in respect of transferring land or other dealings.
Once the power of attorney is granted it must be stamped and deposited at the Office of Titles if it is intended to be used for executing documents to be submitted for registration.
A Caveat is a form of injunction provided for under the Registration of Titles Act. When a Caveat is lodged it prevents the registration of any dealing. A dealing is a document which records change to information held in the register, such as a transfer of land or mortgage.