Atlas Professional Cherry Deodoriser 5 Litres
5 Litres of Atlas Professional Cherry Deodoriser.
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Terms & Conditions
Exclusion of Liability
No guarantee or warranty is given or implied with any lot; the bidder/purchaser must have examined the goods prior to sale and assured himself/herself as to the condition of each item. Neither the Vendor of any lot nor the Auctioneers, their servants or agents is responsible for any errors of description or for the authenticity of any lot, nor has anybody in the employment of the Auctioneers has any authority to make or give, any representation or warranty in relation to any lot and any implied conditions or warranties are excluded. Any description written down in the catalogue or stated at the time of sale is not guaranteed as being correct; the information is ascertained from the goods as seen. It is merely for information or identification purposes only. (The catalogue may contain inaccuracies or typographical errors.) The bidder must decide whether the description is correct and bid on what they have viewed and not on what has been described. All lots can be viewed on our viewing days (see important information for detailed days and times)
Live Auction sales are not classified as consumer sales (sale of goods act 1893 section 55 (7) therefore misrepresentation acts of law do not apply).
The auctioneer will regulate the bidding and decide in what increments the bid will be raised. The purchaser will be determined only when the hammer has gone down or the auctioneer says sold. Once the hammer has gone down the purchaser is in a legal binding contract to purchase the said lot for the amount bid plus the Auctioneers charges and VAT where applicable. Please note that your acceptance of these terms gives Shepherds Auctions your permission to complete all invoices on the card that you have provided or from your deposit, unless alternative payment arrangements have been made with Shepherds. Please note that the item becomes the buyer’s responsibility from that time on.
All machinery must be removed from the machine side of the isolator by a qualified person and no wire may be left bare and must comply with the Health & Safety at work act 1974.
It is the purchaser’s responsibility to ensure that only a qualified engineer is used to disconnect and remove machinery they have bought.
It is also the purchaser’s responsibility to have all electrical or gas items checked by a registered engineer before connecting or using the goods.
No person who does not hold the correct licence can remove vehicles after purchase and should they do so the auctioneer will not be held responsible.
It is the responsibility of the purchaser to arrange for all goods purchased to be removed in the correct manner and within the time scale given. Collection days and times are given for each Auction. Should they fail to remove the goods within the time given they will be liable to forfeiture of any and all money paid or storage and attendance fees.
Any goods not removed within the time scale given will be liable to re sale and any shortfall will be charged to the original purchaser.
All successful bids will be liable to a buyer’s premium (amount will be in the catalogue or stated) and VAT will be added to the total at the standard rate at that time.
A deposit is required from bidders obtaining a bidding card. A deposit will not be required when registering on-line.
No purchaser can remove goods without a member of staff being present and any disputes regarding what was purchased will be determined by the auctioneer. Their decision is final and cannot be challenged or disputed.
All lots will be auctioned in numerical order as laid down in the catalogue. Vehicles and / or other items will be clearly identified should they be sold at a set time.
If goods are sold by tender then the bidder has to comply with all the above terms and conditions as it would relate to the sale being completed as a tender. The tender must be completed and returned within the time scale stated in the catalogue and the appropriate deposit must accompany the tender form.
Should there be identical highest bids the auctioneer reserves the right to contact both or all parties and offer them the opportunity to increase their bid.
Should the tender allow a bid in its entirety (i.e. all goods) the auctioneers reserves the right to accept that bid over all the individual bids should they feel that doing so would maximise the result for the vendor.
Any person not completing the purchase after either bidding or tendering for the goods lotted, they will lose their deposit given and the goods will either be re advertised and sold or offered to the under bidder, should the auctioneer incur costs or the vendor receive less than the original amount tendered, the original bidder will be liable for any shortfalls.
Delivery prices :-
3 miles or under and less than £150.00 is £3.00 per delivery
3 – 5 miles and under £150.00 is £ 5.00 per delivery
5 – 10 miles and under £150.00 is £10.00 per delivery
over 10 miles is £25 per delivery