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    • Registration Terms and Conditions

      1. In order to bid at any auction, bidders will need to have registered their details and placed a deposit to the value specific to that auction, noted on the specific auction terms and conditions. This deposit will be fully refundable if no goods are purchased.
      2. If a bid is placed less than the reserve set by the vendor, this will be a 'provisional sale.  The office wil then inform the vendor of the highest bid reached, and they will be given the option of accepting or declining the bid.
      3. The auctioneer reserves the right to reject or refuse any bid without reason.
      4. The highest bidder of each lot will be the purchaser, and therefore wil be required to pay the hammer price, plus commission and any VAT. If there is a dispute, the auctioneer will have absolute discretion to settle te dispute or to re offer the lot.
      5. All goods purchased shall be paid by COB two working days following the auction, unless otherwise specified in the specific auctions terms and conditions. Only when payment has been made in full and you have received a 'paid in full' invoice, can the assets be removed from the premises. Where these goods are not collected by the auction deadline, there will be a storage charge. All necessary equipment, labour etc. for removal of assets from the premises will need to be organised and paid for by the purchaser.
      6. Any goods left on site are done so at the risk of the purchaser (following the auction) and vendor (before the auction and if goods are not sold at auction) for loss, damage or destruction thereby arising.
      7. Irish Machinery Auctions reserve the right to re sell without warning any items unpaid 6 days after the sale. On these occasions, your deposits will be forfeited, and you will be liable for all associated costs including lost commission, costs of resale and shortfall on subsequent sale.
      8. The auctioneers are prepared to accept commission bids on behalf of intending purchasers who are not able to attend the auction.  These purchases will be subject to the same commissions, and terms and conditions as any other purchasers.
      9. The purchaser shall be liable for any damage done to the premises on removal of goods from the premises.
      10. The auctioneer or the vendor do not accept responsibility for duties (if any) by the Health & Saftety Act 1974 or any other statutory provisions, and responsibility will be held by the purchaser to ensure that all the statutory requirements are compiled with.
      11. Health and Safety regulations require that any persons under the age of 16 years to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
      12. All purchases must be made by Cash, Same Day Bank Transfer, Debit Card or Bank Draft. Payment will need to be received by 5pm two working days following the auction. Same Day Bank Transfers will need to be received in the company’s bank account by this deadline also.
      13. All Lots are sold as seen and with all faults and imperfections and errors of description, illustrations, descriptions and years in catalogues or brochures are for identification only. Descriptions in each case are provided by the Vendor. All Lots are available for inspection and Purchasers should satisfy thermselves prior to the Auction as to the condition of each Lot and should exercise and rely on the own judgement as to whether the Lot accords with its description.  The Purchaser of any Lot is deemed to have inspected the Lot prior to purchase. The Auctioneer gives no warranty as to the description, condition, year or otherwise in relation to any Lot and all warranties, conditions and other terms implied by statute or common law are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded from the Agreement. Each and every Lot shall be sold 'as is, where is'. Specifically, but without limitation, the Auctioneer makes no representation or warranty that any of the Lots: a. Conform to any standard in respect of safety, pollution or hazardous material or to any standard of requirement of any applicable authority, law or regulation, or b. Are fit for any particular purpose, or c. Are merchantable or finananceable, or d. Are of any particular age, year of manufacture, model, make or condtion.  The purchaser agrees he has satisfied himself and is not relying on the Auctioneer, nor is the Auctioneer liable, for any matter in respect of the above. The bidder further agrees to repair, at his cost, any Lot purchased at the Auction to a safe operating condition and, without limitation, to a condition which meets any standard or requirement of any applicable authority, law or regulation including those concerning any use to which the Lot may be put.
      14. Great care has been taken in ensuring the catalogue is accurate, however the auctioneers and their staff shall not be held responsible for any errors or mistakes made in relation to quantities, descriptions or measurements. The purchaser is deemed to have acquainted themselves with their purchase before bidding and therefore no concessions will be made for any fault, damage, imperfection or error discovered after purchase.
      15. All Lots are sold without CE Marking unless specified otherwise.  If any Lot has been described as CE Marked, the Purchaser acknowledges that this description has been provided by the Vendor. The Auctioneer makes no warranty as to the accuracy or authenticity of any CE Marking on any lot.