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caveat

Law 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
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The proprietors, Bessy Nkirote and Patricia Kamathi, moved to court after a caveat was placed on their properties registered as Ruiru East/Juja East Block 2/18391, Block 2/18392 and Block 2/18393.
She said the Attorney-General's Chambers did not object to her papers, but her master's caveat halted her long call ceremony yesterday.
The effect of a caveat is that, with certain exceptions, it prevents the registration of an instrument affecting the property or interest in respect of which the caveat is lodged.
(3) These restrictions, also known as caveats, cover a broad range of areas including rules of engagement and types of operations.
Caveat lector - reader beware - might be a more appropriate admonition as Mr Ward has simply got his facts wrong.
The caveat shall contain the decedent's name, the decedent's social security number, or date of birth, if known, a statement of the interest of the caveator in the estate, and the name, and specific mailing address, and residence address of the caveator.
The second - the caveat mentioned earlier - is that every time a yellow card is issued the bookings expectation for the remainder of the match goes up a little bit, because if that player receives a yellow card between now and the final whistle the amount added to the make-up will no longer be ten but 25.
(Tarvaris Jackson, who is currently the starter, only played a few downs at the beginning.) Caveat number on is that the Rams are so dreadful it's almost immoral.
Because of this, the courts have developed the legal doctrine known as caveat emptor or, translated, let the buyer beware.
The Heart of the Caveat Whale Book One: The Captives
One caveat about reloading for this particular round: Make sure your reloading press is mounted to a sturdy bench.
Even this caveat is belied by the wording of many misyar contracts.