Where politician's promises are concerned, it's 'caveat emptor
', (buyer beware).
(buyer beware) is never so pertinent as when cut-price slogans are bandied about, as what is on offer can include old or excess stock, or goods that can be bought for less at other times of the year.
CRIMINAL OFFENCE The caveat emptor
comes after the High Court nullified the transfer of approximately 88 acres of land to Ms Koinange and ordered her to surrender the title deed to the court within 14 days.
More so than any other market, the Pakistani land market has encapsulated the term 'caveat emptor
' or as it is more commonly known, 'buyer beware'.
(4) The holdings in both of these cases have all but put the nail in the coffin for the age old doctrine of caveat emptor
, and replaced "buyer beware" with "seller disclosure." (5) The holdings of Reed and Stambovsky have left states to interpret what constitutes a material defect necessitating disclosure by a seller in residential real estate transactions.
THE Department of Tourism (DOT) has issued a caveat emptor
regarding the activities or events under the Buhay Carinderia Redefined project.
Answer: Are you familiar with the term caveat emptor
? I will quote Investopedia so I don't get anything wrong: 'Caveat emptor
is a neo-Latin phrase meaning 'Let the buyer beware.' It is a principle of contract law in many jurisdictions that places the onus on the buyer to perform due diligence before making a purchase...
The company's legal team is continuing to work with the OTC Markets Group toward the removal of the Caveat Emptor
The company's stock was trading at around $5 on Thursday morning, up 5.5 percent from the previous day's close, but downsince late February,whenSolarWindow wasdesignated caveat emptor
on the OTC Markets Group's Pink platform.
Most of us are aware of the concept of caveat emptor
or "let the buyer beware", which is practically known as "sold as is".
"Like in any business, whether it's the stock market or auto mobiles, you surround yourself with people you trust and always heed the maxim 'caveat emptor
' - let the buyer beware."