caveat

  1. a warning against certain acts
  2. (law) a formal notice filed with a court or officer to suspend a proceeding until filer is given a hearing

caveat

A warning entry made at a probate registry to prevent a grant of representation being issued

Caveat

[horse] Caveat was owned by the partnership of August Belmont IV, Robert Kirkham, and his breeder, James P. Ryan. He was conditioned for racing by U.S. Racing Hall of Fame trainer Woody Stephens. As a two-year-old, Caveat placed second in the Grade II Lane`s End Breeders` Futurity Stakes with Eddie Maple aboard. At age three, Caveat won the...
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caveat

[n] - (law) a formal notice filed with a court or officer to suspend a proceeding until filer is given a hearing
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Caveat

A formal notice, that asks a court to suspend action until the party which filed the challenge can be heard.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20452

Caveat

A notice given to the registrar that effectively prevents action by another party without first notifying the party entering the caveat
Found on http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/infoabout/glossary/legal.htm

Caveat

Ca've·at noun [ Latin caved let him beware, present subjunctive of cavere to be on one's guard to, beware.] 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...
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Caveat

• (n.) Intimation of caution; warning; protest. • (n.) 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. • (n.) A notice given by an interested party to ...
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caveat

A warning or caution.
Found on http://www.ais-cpa.com/glosa.html

Caveat

'That he beware.' - Caveat is the name of a notice given by a party having an interest to some officer, not to do an act till the party giving the notice shall have been heard; as a caveat to the register of wills, or judge of probate, not to permit a will to be proved, or not to grant letters of administration until the party shall have been heard...
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Caveat

(n) Caveat is the requirement of prior notice or information given to a party before taking any particular action concerning or directly effecting the them. The Latin word means let him beware. A sanction of Caveat petition requires the issue to be heard in the court before any authority takes a decision.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21213

caveat

n. (kah-vee-ott) from Latin caveat for "let him beware." 1) a warning or caution. 2) a popular term used by lawyers to point out that there may be a hidden problem or defect. In effect, "I just want to warn you that…."
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Caveat

In law a caveat is a process in a court to stay proceedings until the party entering the caveat has had an opportunity of putting forward his objection, as in proceedings about to be taken under a disputed will; to prevent the patenting of an invention, or the enrolment of a decree in chancery, in order to gain time to present a petition of appeal ...
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Caveat

A warning; a note of caution.
Found on http://jec.unm.edu/manuals-resources/glossary-of-legal-terms

Caveat

Beware/take care An entry in the court records that effectively prevents action by another party without first notifying the party entering the Caveat
Found on http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/glossary-of-terms/

Caveat

An entry in the court records that effectively prevents action by another party without first notifying the party entering the Caveat
Found on https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/glossary-of-terms

caveat

a stipulation, condition, warning, exclusion, limit, etc - typically in formal contracts, also in verbal agreements
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