caveat

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işlemlerin durdurulması emri
hukuki işlemleri durdurma
(hukuk) alâkadar bir şahsın ilgili makamlara, yetkileri dahilindeki belirli işlemlerin kendisi dinleninceye kadar yapılmaması veya durdurulması için yaptığı müracaat
ihtar, ikaz
{i} ihtar, uyarı, ikaz
{i} askı başvurusu
Bütün sorumluluk alı
alâkadar bir şahsın ilgili makamlara
{i} işlemlerin askıya alınması
Alıcı dikkatli olsun
yetkileri dahilindeki belirli işlemlerin kendisi dinleninceye kadar yapılmaması veya durdurulması için yaptığı müracaat
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uyarı
caveat emptor
(Ticaret) alıcı dikkatli olsun
caveat emptor
sorumluluğu müşteriye ait
caveat emptor
(Latince) Alıcı dikkatli olsun. Bütün sorumluluk alıcıya aittir
caveat emptor
sorumluluğun alıcıya ait olması
caveat venditor
(Ticaret) sorumluluk satıcınındır
caveat emptor
(Askeri) sorumluluk alıcıya aittir
Caveat emptor
Alıcı dikkatli olsun!
caveats
uyarılar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To qualify a particular statement with a proviso or caveat
a notice requesting a postponement of a court proceeding
To warn or caution against some event
a formal notice of interest in land, under a Torrens land-title system
a qualification or exception

He gave his daughter some hyacinth bulbs with the caveat that she plant them in the shade.

To issue a notice requesting that proceedings be suspended
To lodge a formal notice of interest in land, under a Torrens land-title system
a warning

Two young Harvard M.B.A.'s worked up some highly optimistic projections -- with the caveat that these were speculative and should of course be tested.

A formal notice, that asks a court to suspend action until the party which filed the challenge can be heard
A formal notice requesting the court or officer to refrain from taking some specified action without giving prior notice to the person lodging the caveat
{n} a law term to prevent farther proceedings, bill, caution, hint, admonition, waring
Document lodged in Court, to provide advance notice of an application for a winding up order or interim interdict
A notice given by an interested party to some officer not to do a certain act until the party is heard in opposition; as, a caveat entered in a probate court to stop the proving of a will or the taking out of letters of administration, etc
(lat ) warning or caution
{i} suspension of proceedings (Law); caution, warning, admonition
(law) a formal notice filed with a court or officer to suspend a proceeding until filer is given a hearing; "a caveat filed against the probate of a will"
a warning against certain acts; "a caveat against unfair practices"
A request to be informed of future events relating to a patent application or granted patent Such a request is made on Form 49/77 This form is available to download (along with all other Patents and Supplementary Protection Forms) by clicking here
Intimation of caution; warning; protest
A notice given to a legal authority not to do something until the person giving notice can be heard
[Latin: let him beware] A formal warning Caveat emptor means let the buyer beware or that the buyers should examine and check for themselves things which they intend to purchase and that they cannot later hold the vendor responsible for the broken condition of the thing bought Consumer legislation has radically reduced the impact of caveat emptor in consumer sales
Formal notice asking a court to suspend action until the party which filed the challenge can be heard
a formal notice given by someone to prevent the proving of a Will or the grant of administration of an Estate
a qualification or exemption
1 Latin term meaning "let him beware " a warning or caution a suggestion to a judicial officer to take care how he or she acts in a particular matter and to suspend the proceeding until the merits of the issue thus raised (the caveat) are determined
"Beware" – if a caveat is lodged on a title to land, it warns a person buying the property that a third party (party which lodged the caveat) has some right or interest in the property
a notice requesting a postponement of a court proceedings
A description of some invention, designed to be patented, lodged in the patent office before the patent right is applied for, and operating as a bar to the issue of letters patent to any other person, respecting the same invention
A caveat is a warning of a specific limitation of something such as information or an agreement. There was one caveat: he was not to enter into a merger or otherwise weaken the Roche family's control of the firm. a warning that something may not be completely true, effective etc caveat that (from cavere; CAUTION)
A formal warning Beware!
\KAY-vee-at; KAV-ee-; KAH-vee-aht\, noun: 1 (Law) A notice given by an interested party to some officer not to do a certain act until the party is heard in opposition; as, a caveat entered in a probate court to stop the proving of a will or the taking out of letters of administration, etc 2 A warning or caution; also, a cautionary qualification or explanation to prevent misunderstanding
(3 syl ) To enter a caveat To give legal notice that the opponent is not to proceed with the suit in hand until the party giving the notice has been heard; to give a warning or admonition
Products described as "natural", "expeller pressed" or "cold pressed" may or may not be chemically treated There are many oils (not just coconut oil) that are marketed as 'natural' or 'cold pressed' which are in fact refined using heat or chemical means after the initial pressing Some marketers are also describing as "virgin" oils that have been heated (pasteurized just below boiling temperature) in processing
"Beware" - if a caveat is lodged on a title to land, it warns a person buying the property that a third party (party which lodged the caveat) has some right or interest in the property
the Latin for 'beware' Usually it is in the form of a contract clause that stipulates a particular requirement
None of these methods are guaranteed to preserve your starter intact It is possible that some of your strains of yeast or lactobacilli will not survive long-term storage
the Latin for ‘beware’ Usually it is in the form of a contract clause that stipulates a particular requirement
Latin: let him beware A formal warning Caveat emptor means let the buyer beware or that the buyers should examine and check for themselves things which they intend to purchase and that they cannot later hold the vendor responsible for the broken condition of the thing bought
A warning; a note of caution
"Let him beware " A formal notice or warning given by a party to a court or judge against the performance of certain acts within his or her power and jurisdiction
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caveat lector
Reader beware
caveat emptor
"let the buyer beware " The buyer must examine the goods or property and buy at his own risk, except for latent defects
caveat emptor
Let the buyer beware The buyer must examine the goods or property and buy at his own risk
caveat emptor
From the Latin "let the buyer beware " A legal and moral obligation on purchasers of goods to ensure that they are not stolen, and in the case of "sold as seen" goods, that they are of a reasonable quality
caveat emptor
"Let the buyer beware " The buyer must examine the goods or property and buy at his own risk
caveat emptor
Let the buyer beware!
caveat emptor
Latin for "let the buyer beware " A buyer should inspect the goods or realty before purchase
caveat emptor
"Let the buyers beware " Legal maxim stating that the buyer takes the risk regarding quality or condition of the item purchased, unless protected by warranty or there is misrepresentation Modernly, consumer protection laws have placed more responsibility for disclosure on the seller and broker
caveat emptor
Caveat emptor means `let the buyer beware', and is a warning to someone buying something that it is their responsibility to identify and accept any faults in it. the principle that the person who buys something is responsible for checking that it is not broken, damaged etc
caveat emptor
Let the buyer beware; the buyer must examine the goods or property and buy at their own risk
caveat emptor
A legal principle derived from Latin than means "let the buyer beware "
caveat emptor
A Latin term meaning "let the buyer beware " A legal maxim stating that the buyer takes the risk regarding quality or condition of the property purchased, unless protected by warranty
caveat emptor
Let the buyer beware The buyer must examine the goods or property and proceed at the buyer's own risk
caveat emptor
From the Latin: "Let the buyer beware (or take case)"
caveat emptor
"Let the buyer beware" A buyer must examine fully before the purchase is made
caveat emptor
A legal principle derived from the Latin phase, meaning "let the buyer beware "
caveat emptor
Buyer beware The buyer must inspect the property and satisfy himself it is adequate for his needs The seller is under no obligation to disclose defects but may not actively conceal a known defect or lie if asked
caveat emptor
"Let the Buyer Beware" - this principle of law requires the buyer to be satisfied with the item they wish to buy before buying The buyer purchases the property "as is"
caveat emptor
let the buyer beware, principle of commerce stating that if no warranty is provided then a customer buys at his own risk
caveat emptor
Let the buyer beware (Latin)
caveat emptor
Let the buyer beware " Legal maxim stating that the buyer takes the risk regarding quality or condition of the item purchased, unless protected by warranty or there is misrepresentation Modernly, consumer protection laws have placed more responsibility for disclosure on the seller and broker
caveat emptor
Let the buyer beware (or take care)
caveat emptor
"Let the buyer beware" - the purchase is at the buyer's risk
caveat emptor
a commercial principle that without a warranty the buyer takes upon himself the risk of quality
caveat emptor
A theory that says you buy things at your own risk Comes from the Latin for "let the buyer beware "
caveat emptor
"Let the buyer beware" encourages a purchaser to examine, judge and test for himself
caveat emptor
A legal term meaning "let buyer beware" The buyer must examine the property and buy at his/her own risk
caveat emptor
Buyer beware The buyer must inspect the property and satisfy himself that it is adequate for his needs The seller is under no obligation to disclose defects but may not actively conceal a known defect or lie if asked
caveat venditor
(Latin) "let the seller beware", warning
caveats
There is little or nothing from the problem world, nor from Euwe and Kramer (e g their classification of pawn structures), nor from Kmoch
caveats
plural of caveat
caveats
Conditions attached to an insurance quotation
caveats
a few caveats about the data; Please read!
enter a caveat
file a warning note; file a caveat for suspension of proceedings (Law)
enter a caveat against
warning to suspend a proceeding until the opposition has a hearing
caveat

    Расстановка переносов

    ca·ve·at

    Турецкое произношение

    keyviät

    Произношение

    /ˈkāvēˌat/ /ˈkeɪviːˌæt/

    Этимология

    [ 'ka-vE-"ät, -"at; 'kä ] (noun.) 1533. From the Latin verb form caveat (“he may beware of”), from caveō (“I beware of”).

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    ... time for Q&A. The one thing I want to say as a caveat to this: I've given this talk ...

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