Legal use & meaning of Caveat
Lawyers and solicitors use Latin legal terms such "Caveat" in their consultations. In legal terms of the law a caveat is a legal notice to a court or public official to suspend a proceeding until the filer is given a hearing.
The term 'Caveat emptor' meaning "let the buyer beware" a commercial principle in which the buyer purchases at his own risk without a warranty
The term 'Caveat venditor' meaning "let the seller beware" that forces sellers to sell items of a reasonable quality and take responsibility for the product.
The term 'Caveat lector' meaning "let the reader beware" is used by an author to warn that there might be the possibility of mistakes in a particular passage.