In the commercial law finds application the term “caveat emptor”, that means “let the buyer beware”. It express the legal principle that the purchaser should inspect without invitation if the purchased item is proper condition and shape. “Caveat emptor” also could refer to the liability of the seller is towards the buyer for shortcomings or defects of the purchased item.
In practice, the word participates also in the term “Emptor bonorum” which in the area of Property Law refers to the figure of purchaser of real estates (i.e. the investor). In the Insolvency Law, it could detail the creditor (for example who participates during the insolvency procedure against the debtor).