caveat emptor

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a commercial principle that without a warranty the buyer takes upon himself the risk of quality

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We want to send a clear message to these irresponsible proxy purchasers ( let the buyer beware.
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The bottom line remains caveat emptor," or let the buyer beware.
This means that the general rules of commerce apply: let the buyer beware.
Certification: There are two types of certified cars, so let the buyer beware.
At this point, it's let the buyer beware," Marleau says.
This framework evolved some 40 years ago in an age of consumerism characterized by caveat emptor: let the buyer beware.
The lesson is simple: When it comes to reform proposals pitched as "compromises," let the buyer beware.
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