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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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Tata Sons and a Tata Trust, among others, filed the caveats that they should be heard before grant of any interim stay order to the ousted Chairman.
Therefore, during this interim phase for units where no title deed is issued, the purchaser is required to register an interest in the unit purchased pursuant to a caveat which is registered with the Registrar.
Finally, judge advocates supporting a multinational operation must be prepared to assist commanders (5) with ROE training related to national caveats and multinational self defense policies and interpretations.
During his brief visit to Pakistan, Kerry was asked to clarify the wording with regard to caveats associated with spending the KLB money on Pakistan's nuclear programme.
Even more significant are the national caveats regarding where in Afghanistan allied troops can be deployed.
One caveat about reloading for this particular round: Make sure your reloading press is mounted to a sturdy bench.
Two attorneys from Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel offer a useful list of pointers and caveats for companies to keep in mind when they sign business process outsourcing (BPO) contracts.
Nevertheless, they conclude, the available evidence indicates that, despite caveats, such a protective effect likely does exist.
Individual chapters cogently address the different types of personal narrative questions one is likely to encounter, brainstorming ideas, how to tune in to one's "voice", guidelines for revising drafts, sample selections of college essays, caveats against too much coaching, and more.
What they did [with the Iraq war] was to strip out all the caveats from the intelligence they had and present it to the public as a sure thing.
These caveats notwithstanding, however, "Beyond Geometry" does show us a lot of art from the period, and the memorable art outweighs the forgettable.
Often used as proof of the Bible's disgust with homosexuality, Leviticus is a collection of caveats on how to live.