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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the noun emptor:

purchaserbuyer

Definition of the noun emptor

What does emptor mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: -

  1. a person who buys

Phrases with emptor

  1. pre-emptor
  2. caveat emptor

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for emptor

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Google previewAmerican Ballads and Folk Songs (1994)

by Alan Lomax

Caveat emptor is a good book-buying motto nowadays, ...

Google previewInternational Business (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Caveat emptor is Latin for 'Let the buyer beware'. Generally, caveat emptor is the contract ...

Google previewApplied Nanotechnology (2009)

by Jeremy Ramsden

emptor is a universal injunction, which should actually render regulation superfluous, since it is generally called for to protect the unsuspecting consumer from unscrupulous purveyors of goods or services, but if the consumer took the trouble ...

Google previewIntroduction to Global Business, Understanding the International Environment and Global Business Functions (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Caveat emptor is Latin for 'Let the buyer beware'. Generally, caveat emptor is the contract law principle that controls.

Google previewBusiness Ethics (2016)

by CTI Reviews

caveat emptor: Caveat emptor is Latin for 'Let the buyer beware .' Generally, caveat emptor is the property law principle that controls the sale of ...

Google previewThe Strategic CIO (2016)

Changing the Dynamics of the Business Enterprise by Philip Weinzimer

Caveat emptor is the lesson (Let the Buyer Beware). Put more simply, never travel during airline ...

Google previewPanhandle Cowboy (1999)

by John R. Erickson, Bill Ellzey

Caveat emptor is the first rule of the game: Let the buyer beware. This is not to. 169 18: Calipso.

Google previewControversies in Contemporary Advertising (2013)

by Kim Bartel Sheehan

Caveat emptor is a Latin phrase and a legal principle. As a legal principle, it suggests, for example, that buyers should examine and check for themselves the goods that they intend to purchase because the seller is generally under no duty to ...

Google previewCriminal Law and Procedure (2016)

by CTI Reviews

CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS: KEY TERMS, PEOPLE, PLACES, CONCEPTS Caveat emptor: Caveat emptor is Latin for 'Let the buyer beware'. Generally, caveat emptor is the property law doctrine that controls the sale of real property after the date ...

Google previewCriminal Law (2016)

by CTI Reviews

CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS: KEY TERMS, PEOPLE, PLACES, CONCEPTS Caveat emptor: Caveat emptor is Latin for 'Let the buyer beware'. Generally, caveat emptor is the property law doctrine that controls the sale of real property after the date ...

Google previewEnvironmental Hazards (2016)

Earth sciences, Earth sciences by CTI Reviews

caveat emptor: Caveat emptor is Latin for 'Let the buyer beware' . Generally, caveat emptor is the property law principle that controls.

Google previewBusiness Law for the Entrepreneur and Manager, 2nd Edition. (2016)

Business, Business law by CTI Reviews

Caveat emptor: Caveat emptor is Latin for'Letthebuyer beware.' Generally, caveat emptor is the property law doctrine that controls the sale ...

Google previewThe Legal Environment Today (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Caveat emptor is Latin for 'Let the buyer beware'. Generally, caveat emptor is the property law doctrine that controls the sale of real property after the date of closing. Explanation Under the doctrine of caveat emptor, ...

Google previewBusiness Ethics, Managing Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability in the Age of Globalization (2016)

Business, Business by CTI Reviews

caveat emptor: Caveat emptor is Latin for 'Let the buyer beware.' Generally, caveat emptor is the property law principle that ...

Google previewThe Rise of Professionalism

Monopolies of Competence and Sheltered Markets by Larson, Magali Sarfatti

The professions, however, claim that transactions in the professional markets are radically different from those in the laissez-faire commodity markets; in the latter, caveat emptor is the rule, while in the former, professional work ethics and the ...

Google previewA Complete Encyclopedia of Virginia Law (1922)

Being a Concise But Complete Alphabetical Presentation of the Present Common and Statute Law, Civil and Criminal of the Commonwealth Based on the Monumental Works of Dr. B. Minor, Etc.; with Forms by Samuel Need Hurst

CAVEAT EMPTOR. Caveat emptor (let the purchaser be aware), applies to a purchaser of defective legal titles, but not to latent equities or rights. Equitable rights may be lost by sale; legal rights never can, unless there be fraud, as a prior ...

Google previewConsumer Survival (2013)

An Encyclopedia of Consumer Rights, Safety, and Protection by Wendy Reiboldt

Caveat emptor is a Latin term that means “let the buyer beware.” As a principle of commerce, the buyer assumes all risk in situations where a warranty does not exist; essentially becoming an “as is” purchase. Ultimately, it implies that the buyer ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime (2005)

by Lawrence M. Salinger

THE TERM caveat emptor derives from the Latin, meaning “let the buyer beware.” It is employed as a warning to consumers that, if they are not vigilant, they are likely to be bilked by any one of thousands of ravenous marketplace predators; ...

Google previewBooms and Busts: An Encyclopedia of Economic History from the First Stock Market Crash of 1792 to the Current Global Economic Crisis (2015)

An Encyclopedia of Economic History from the First Stock Market Crash of 1792 to the Current Global Economic Crisis by Mehmet Odekon

Emptor. versus. Caveat. Venditor. For centuries, the Latin phrase caveat emptor, meaning. ®buyer. beware, ̄ was an accepted business norm, which meant that the buyer was solely responsible if the merchandise sold were found to ...

Google previewThe American and English Encyclopedia of Law. (1889)

Implied Warranty Excludes Caveat Emptor, and vice versa. — The existence in a sale of an implied warranty excludes the application of the maxim caveat emptor, and conversely, when the maxim, is applicable no implied warranty exists.

Google previewThe Wickedly Fun Dictionary of Business - Words That Escaped Me Before My Brain Finished Downloading (2014)

by Jerry Hocutt

caveat emptor, n. Buyer beware; the buyer takes the risk. Printed inside the wingsuit flyer's jumpsuit. caveat lector, n. Let the reader beware .

Google previewEncyclopedia of Inland Waters (2009)

Emptor. Theadmonition 'let the buyer beware' may seema strange beginningfor anencyclopedia article, but it is important for readersto realizefrom the outset thatecological models should be viewed as heuristic ratherthan finaltruths carved in ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Health Economics, Third Edition (2014)

by Anthony J. Culyer

Emptor. A Latin tag meaning 'let the buyer beware!' CBA. Acronym for Cost-benefit Analysis. CCG. Acronym for Clinical Commissioning Group. CEAF 85 CCOHTA Acronym for the former Canadian Coordinating Office.

Google previewDictionary of Financial Risk Management (1999)

by Gary L. Gastineau, Mark P. Kritzman

Caveat Emptor: Literally, "let the buyer beware." The principle that a buyer is not entitled to rely on a seller's representations as truthful, but must verify the facts independently. A position increasingly rejected by courts. See also Caveat Venditor ...

Google previewDictionary of Terms and Phrases Used in American Or English Jurisprudence (1879)

by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott

The rule of the civil law, expressed by the maxim caveat venditor, by which a warranty of title was implied on every sale of a chattel, was not adopted by the common law, and the rule caveat emptor was formerly of extensive application as to ...

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The president has undermined trust. No longer will the members of Congress be entitled to accept his veracity. Caveat emptor has become the word. Every member of Congress is on his or her own to determine the truth. (Bob Graham)
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