caveat emptor, this list could go on for another dozen easily.
caveat emptor has become a phrase thrust out of good merchandising.
The doctrine of caveat emptor would apply in that case, too.
caveat emptor is the implied superscription above this department.
But there is 123something in Latin about caveat emptor, which is short for “Let the buyer beware!”
This rule is called the rule of caveat emptor, (let the purchaser beware).
There is no proverb more common than that of "caveat emptor."
Does the rule of caveat emptor apply if the seller expressly warrants the goods sold?
He seems to have been the first prominent man in the United States to abandon that legal wheeze, "caveat emptor."
"caveat emptor" is the only rule by which fair rents may be reached.
Latin for “Let the buyer beware.” It means that a customer should be cautious and alert to the possibility of being cheated: “Caveat emptor is the first rule of buying a used car.”