Laws and Regulations-Seller of the good

The Caveat venditor is an ancient legal doctrine which, when the products are defective or fraudulently symbolized, imposes legal liabilities on: (1) Seller of the good. (2) Government, for failing to save consumers. (3) Resource owner. (4) Buyer, for failing to use due caution. (5) Workers who made good.

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