caveat venditor

/ˌkæviæt ven'di:tɔ:/ phrase
a Latin phrase meaning ‘let the seller beware’, which indicates that the seller is legally bound to make sure that the goods he sells are in good order

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  • Caveat venditor — Let the seller beware, Caveat venditor is not the law if by it is intended anything more than that it is the seller s duty to do what the ordinary man would do in a similar situation. Pantebakos v Rockingham Light & Power Co. 81 NH 441, 128 A 534 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • caveat venditor — (Latin) let the seller beware …   English contemporary dictionary

  • caveat venditor — /kaeviyat vendatar/ Let the seller beware …   Black's law dictionary

  • caveat — ca·ve·at / ka vē ˌät, ˌat; kä vē ˌät, kā vē ˌat/ n [Latin, may he/she beware] 1 a: a warning enjoining one from certain acts or practices b: an explanation to prevent a misinterpretation 2: a notice to a court or judicial officer to suspend a… …   Law dictionary

  • Caveat — Caveat, the third person singular present subjunctive of the Latin cavere , means warning (or more literally, let him beware ); it can be shorthand for Latin phrases such as: * Caveat lector , let the reader beware * Caveat emptor , let the buyer …   Wikipedia

  • Caveat emptor — Buyer Beware redirects here. For the Irish television show, see Buyer Beware!. Caveat emptor (  /ˌkæ …   Wikipedia

  • ПРЕДОСТЕРЕЖЕНИЕ — CAVEATПредупреждение, П. или знак опасности. Этот термин иногда употребляется в таких фразах, как caveat emptor пусть покупатель будет осмотрителен и caveat venditor пусть продавец будет бдителен …   Энциклопедия банковского дела и финансов

  • Coram publico — Lateinische Phrasen   A B C D E F G H I L M N O P …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Liste lateinischer Phrasen/C — Lateinische Phrasen   A B C D E F G H I L M N O P Q R S T U V Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • List of legal doctrines — The following is a list of legal concepts and principles, most of which apply under common law jurisdictions. *Attractive nuisance *Business purpose *Calculus of negligence *Caveat venditor *Caveat emptor *Continuing tort *Contra proferentem… …   Wikipedia

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