caveat emptor

Definitions

Law

  • phrase a Latin phrase meaning ‘let the buyer beware’: used to show that the buyer is personally responsible for checking that what he or she buys is in good order

Publishing

  • phrase a phrase meaning that the buyer is personally responsible for checking that what they buy is in good order

Real Estate

  • noun the principle in a property transaction that the buyer should look carefully for flaws in the property, as the seller cannot be held responsible for them after completion
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