According to Cornell Law School, “the phrase caveat emptor is Latin for ‘let the buyer beware.’ A doctrine that often places on buyers the burden to reasonably examine property before purchase and take responsibility for its condition. Especially applicable to items that are not covered under a strict warranty.”



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