caveator

caveator

[kav-ee-ah-ter, -at-er, kah-vee-, key-vee-ey-ter]
noun Law.
a person who files or enters a caveat.

Origin:
1880–85; caveat + -or2

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caveator (ˈkeɪvɪˌeɪtə, ˈkæv-)
 
n
law a person who enters a caveat

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