Definition of "caveatee"
  1. A person against whom a legal warning or notice (known as a caveat) is issued because their interests could potentially be negatively impacted
How to use "caveatee" in a sentence
  1. The caveatee managed to prove in the court that the caveat lodged against her was indeed invalid.
  2. If a caveat is registered against a property title, the potential buyer becomes the caveatee and must address it before the transaction proceeds.
  3. As a caveatee, he had to defend his rights in the probate court after a caveat was filed.

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