Doctrine of Caveat Emptor

Caveat Emptor – derived from word ‘caveat’ (i.e. may he beware) + ‘emptor’ (i.e. buyer). It is a Latin term which means ‘‘let the buyer beware’’.  According to this rule, the buyer himself should be careful while purchasing the goods and he should himself ascertain those goods suit his purpose.

Case Comment: Gary Kremen v. Stephen Michael Cohen

The analysis of this judgment deals with the question as to whether a registrant of an internet domain name has an intangible property right in that domain name such that wrongful disposition of that property can constitute the tort of conversion?

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