Latin phrase meaning, “let the buyer
beware.” The rule that says a buyer is expected to
examine property carefully instead of relying on
the seller to point out problems.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
caveat emptor (noun)
a principle in commerce without a warranty the buyer takes the risk
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