at (one's) own risk

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at (one's) own risk

Done with the foreknowledge or forewarning that there is implied risk or danger which one must accept as one's own responsibility. When you choose to gamble, you do so at your own risk.
See also: own, risk
References in classic literature ?
Jackson, that a private individual should have conceived and set on foot at his own risk and expense so great an enterprise.
One which is the next best, and has the advantage of compelling the citizens to look to their characters:--Let there be a general rule that every one shall enter into voluntary contracts at his own risk, and there will be less of this scandalous money-making, and the evils of which we were speaking will be greatly lessened in the State.
Seward will give you, at his own risk and on his own responsibility, the privilege you seek.
Contract notice: Administration and management under concession of the nursery municipal peter pan, to be made by the licensee in its own name and at his own risk, in constant collaboration and integration with other social services, social and educational municipalities.
The grant covers the management and administration of the nursery under concession municipal Peter Pan, to be made by the Licensee in its own name and at his own risk, in constant collaboration and integration with other social services, social and educational municipalities.