Name General Auction - Internet Bidding Only Ending @6pm 1/12/16
Auctioneer Perth Auctions
Type Online-Only Auction
Date(s) 12/1/2016
Thursday 6pm
Preview Date/Time Thursday 9am-6pm
Checkout Date/Time No Shipping - Personal Pick up only prior to 4pm Friday
Location 1/5 Cessnock Way
Rockingham, WA 6168
Buyer Premium 16.5% Buyers Premium
Online ONLY bidding General Internet Auction - Ending Thursday 1st December 6pm General Household Furniture, New Leather Sofa, New Dining Suite, Entertainment Units, Shop Displays, Glassware, China, Model Cars, Bric A Brac. Trading Cards. New & Preloved Christmas Decorations. Tools, Hydraulic Tail Lift. Inspection Available Thursday 9am-6pm Catalogue Complete
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 1 DEFINITIONS Auctioneer means any person who conducts an auction by calling for bids and declaring Lots sold. Bidder means any person who bids for a Lot. Bidders Registration Form means a name and address form to be obtained from the Auctioneer and completed before auction commences. Buyer means any person or party who successfully bids for a Lot. Buyers Premium means an amount payable by a Buyer in addition to the sale price calculated at a rate set by the Auctioneer, advertisements or as displayed in the auction rooms. Legislation means the Occupational Safety and Health Act (1984) and the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations (1996). Lot means any item or items marked as a lot or described as a lot by the Auctioneer. Plant and Equipment includes vehicles, machinery, mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment, tools, fixtures, appliances, implements and any component or fitting thereof or accessory thereto. Seller means any person or party who sells a Lot. Computer Hardware means the mechanical and electronic components of a computer including monitor, keyboard and desktop or tower case. Software" means the programs and other operating information used by a computer. 2 PUBLIC LIABILITY 2.1 Persons attending the auction site, before, during or after the auction do so solely at their own risk. The Auctioneer, his or her agents, employees or principals shall not, in any way be liable for any injury sustained to any persons or for any damage to or loss of property howsoever caused. 2.2 All persons attending the auction site under the age of 16 years are required to be in the care of and under the supervision of an adult. 3 REGISTRATION 3.1 Prior to the auction each Bidder shall complete a Bidders Registration Form. 3.2 Upon the request of the Auctioneer or his or her clerk, a Buyer may be required to provide his or her full name and residential address immediately. 3.3 A Buyer shall be deemed to purchase as a principal unless at the time of sale or at the time of completing the Bidders Registration Form the Buyer: a) discloses to the Auctioneer that he will be bidding on behalf of a principal and shall supply the full name and address of that principal: and b) gives to the Auctioneer a copy of a written authority to bid for and on behalf of that principal. 4 HIGHEST BIDDER DEEMED TO BE THE BUYER 4.1 Subject to any reserve price, the highest Bidder for each Lot shall be the Buyer. 4.2 Subject to condition 5 below, the entry of the Buyer's name in the record or book kept by the Auctioneer or his or her clerk shall be binding upon the Buyer and such record or book, together with these conditions, shall constitute the whole of the contract between the Auctioneer and the Buyer and as between the Buyer and the Seller. 5 DISPUTES AS TO BID If a dispute arises as to any bid, the Auctioneer shall, at his or her absolute discretion, either determine the dispute immediately or resume the bidding at the last undisputed bid. In either case the dispute must occur before the next Lot is offered for bids. 6 AUCTIONEER AND SELLERS RIGHTS The Auctioneer and the Seller reserve the following rights which may be exercised by the Auctioneer without giving any reason therefore: a) Not to offer for sale any Lot or part of any Lot described in the catalogue; b) To offer two or more of the Lots described in the catalogue as separate Lots for sale together as one Lot; c) Should such Lots referred to in b) not be sold to a successful bidder, to offer such Lots as separate Lots; d) To withdraw any Lot or Lots from sale; e) To refuse to accept a bid or bids from any person or persons; f) To refuse admission to or eject from the auction site any person or persons; g) To refuse to accept any bid for a lot being less than a sum nominated from time to time by the Auctioneer; h) To keep secret the existence and amount of any reserve price of a Lot prior to the close of bidding or withdrawal from sale of the Lot; i) In the event that any Buyer shall successfully bid for more than one Lot at the auction i) To appropriate any moneys received from that Buyer in satisfaction or partial satisfaction of the purchase price due in respect of any one or more of such Lots to the total or partial exclusion of amounts due in respect of any other such Lot or Lots as the Auctioneer shall see fit; and ii) To elect at any time to treat each contract for the sale of each Lot as independent of each other and default under any such contract shall be default under any such contracts; j) To bid on behalf of any prospective Buyer with or without disclosure; k) In the event that any Lot is not sold at the auction to offer to sell the same immediately after the auction by private sale but otherwise subject to these conditions; and l) To permit the Seller to make one or more bids for any Lot 7 DEPOSIT 7.1 On the fall of the hammer, the Auctioneer may require and the Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer or his or her clerk, by cash or bank cheque, a deposit of 20% of the purchase price for the Lot purchased. 7.2 If a Buyer fails to pay the deposit the Auctioneer may put the Lot up for bidding and resale and the defaulting Buyers bid shall not be taken again at the resale. 7.3 If the resale price is lower than the price obtained on the first sale the difference in price shall be an amount recoverable by the Auctioneer and Seller as a debt due and payable by the Buyer. 8 FAULTS AND MISDESCRIPTION 8.1 A sale shall not be invalidated by reason of any fault or defect in a Lot and the Buyer remains bound to take delivery without any allowance or reduction in the purchase price. 8.2 A sale shall not be invalidated by reason of an error or misdescription in the catalogue or elsewhere as the quantity, measurements, specifications or quality of a Lot and the Buyer remains bound to take delivery without any allowance or reduction in the purchase price. 8.3 The Auctioneer and the Seller make no warranties either express or implied, other than those implied by Common Law or Statute the exclusion of which would render this condition void or voidable or which would constitute an offence by the Auctioneer or the Seller. 8.4 No warranty, either express or implied, is given by any verbal affirmation made by the Auctioneer. 8.5 The Auctioneer or Seller is not liable to pay compensation to a Buyer for any fault or defect in a Lot or for any error or misdescription or for any missing part or quantity. 8.6 Bidders must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the nature and authenticity of a Lot and accept the same with all faults, latent or patent. 9 LOTS AT BUYERS RISK 9.1 From the fall of the hammer each Lot is at the Buyers risk. The Auctioneer and the Seller shall not be accountable for any deficiency, damage or loss, which may occur thereafter. 10 REMOVAL OF LOTS 10.1 At the Buyer's own cost, the Buyer shall remove the Lot within the time frame specified by the Auctioneer or by no later than 4pm on the next business day following the sale whichever is the earlier. 10.2 The Buyer shall not remove a Lot during an auction. 10.3 The Buyer is fully responsible for the expense and risk of the removal of a Lot and for any damage to property or injury to persons caused by themselves, their agents or employees which occurs during the removal of a Lot. 10.4 Any part of a Lot which a Buyer does not remove within the time frame specified in 10.1 may be thereafter removed by some person, firm or company engaged by the Auctioneer and stored at the auction site or elsewhere, at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Such removal and storage shall be deemed to be made at the request of the Buyer and all costs incurred by the Auctioneer shall be recoverable by the Auctioneer and the Seller as a debt due and payable by the Buyer. 10.5 The disconnection of any gas or electrical services from any piece of Plant or Equipment carried out during the removal of a Lot must be performed by a competent and qualified tradesperson. 11 PAYMENT FOR LOTS 11.1 Prior to the end of the auction or any time thereafter specified by the Auctioneer, the buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer the full purchase price for the Lot including any applicable sales tax, any other government tax or any Buyer's Premium. 11.2 The purchase price and any part thereof, shall be paid by cash or bank cheque. 11.3 Any balance of the purchase price shall be paid by the Buyer to the Auctioneer within the time period required in these conditions to take delivery of the Lot and the Buyer shall not be entitled to require the delivery of the Lot until the purchase price has been paid in full. 11.4 The Auctioneer and the Seller reserve the right to restrict access to the Lot prior to the Lot being paid for in full. 11.5 Title to the Lot shall not pass to the Buyer until all cheques are cleared by the Auctioneer's Bank. 12 BUYERS DEFAULT 12.1 If the Buyer fails to comply with any of the above terms the deposit or any monies paid shall be forfeited without notice to the Buyer, to the Auctioneer and the Lot in respect of which the default has been made may be resold by public or private sale or disposed of if no longer of commercial value. 12.2 The defaulting Buyer shall pay all the expenses arising from the default including the cost of any removal, warehousing, advertising, commission and resale of the Lot. This amount may be recovered by the Auctioneer or Seller as a debt due and payable by the Buyer. 12.3 If the price obtained on the resale is lower than the price obtained at the original sale, the difference in price may be recovered by the Auctioneer or Seller as a debt due and payable by the Buyer. 12.4 Without limiting the generality of the foregoing the Auctioneer is entitled to recover from the Buyer; a) a sum for expenses and charges incurred by the Auctioneer in connection with or incidental to the auction and in respect of any resale; b) the amount of any applicable commission or Buyer's Premium; c) any applicable sales tax or any other government tax or fee relating to or arising from the sale of the Lot or part thereof. 13 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH OBLIGATIONS 13.1 The Legislation imposes obligations, such as providing and maintaining a safe work environment and preventing exposure to and protection from hazards, on persons who use or operate plant in a workplace and on employers whose employees use or operate plant. If the Buyer intends to use plant purchased at this auction at a workplace then it is the responsibility of the Buyer to inform themselves of these obligations. 13.2 Unless otherwise stated, the plant sold at this auction has not be assessed or inspected by a competent person and it may or may not be affected by faults or defects, which make it unsafe for use. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure assessment and inspection by a competent person. 13.3 The Buyer is warned that items not previously assessed or inspected by a competent person may be suitable for scrap or spare parts only. 13.4 The Legislation requires that owners of plant maintain safety and health information and records. The Auctioneer will pass on to the Buyer all information made available to them by the owner but the Auctioneer does not warrant that the information and records are complete. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to familiarise themselves with all relevant information and records. 14 COMPUTERS 14.1Unless specifically provided, any sale of computer equipment at this auction is intended to be the sale of Computer Hardware only. 14.2 If the sale of any computer equipment includes Software, the Software may be the subject of a Software License Agreement. A copy of this agreement may be obtained from the Software manufacturer or the Seller. 14.3 If the Software is not capable of being assigned with the Computer Hardware, the Buyer acknowledges that any use of the Software may be a breach of the Software license agreement. 14.4 If the Software is capable of being assigned with the Computer Hardware, the Buyer acknowledges that they are bound by the terms and conditions of the Software license agreement and that such conditions may restrict the use of the Software. 15 TIME TO BE THE ESSENCE Time shall be of the essence in the sale of any Lot and in the performance of the above terms and conditions. TERMS ARE STRICTLY CASH OR BANK CHEQUE BEFORE DELIVERY. ALL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE IMMEDIATELY AFTER SALE.
Your bid must adhere to the bid increment schedule.
Bid Amount Bid Increment
0.00 - 8.00 2.00 AUD
8.01 - 45.00 5.00 AUD
45.01 - 90.00 10.00 AUD
90.01 - 480.00 20.00 AUD
480.01 - 950.00 50.00 AUD
950.01 - 9,950.00 250.00 AUD
9,950.01 - 100,000.00 2,500.00 AUD
100,000.01 - 9,999,999.99 10,000.00 AUD
Currency AUD
Buyer Premium 16.5% Buyers Premium
Payment Terms
Cash, Bank Cheque, Eftpos 2% surcharge applies to Credit cards. Personal Cheques only by prior arrangement.
No Shipping - Personal Pick up ONLY Friday prior to 4pm