Terms & Conditions
The purchaser is to be the highest bidder. Any dispute arising as to the highest bidder is to be determined by the Auctioneer who may re-offer any disputed lot for sale. The Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any bid or to bid on behalf of clients.
Whilst every care is taken, the Auctioneer does not accept responsibility for items described incorrectly either in the catalogue or at the auction. Intending purchasers are encouraged to take advantage of the time given to view goods prior to the auction commencing. The Auctioneer is merely the agent of the vendor in respect of the sale of goods. The Auctioneer shall not be liable for any default of the purchaser or vendor. The Auctioneer shall not be liable for any loss or damage to the goods left in his care by vendors or purchasers. The Auctioneer gives no warranties in respect of these matters and no lots are to be returned to
The Auctioneer will inspect any lots on behalf of bidders who wish to lodge their bids by post, telephone or Email to ensure that the lots are as described in the catalogue.
As is the practice in many states of Australia, a buyer's premium of 13.75% (which now includes 10% G.S.T. on the premium only) will operate at this auction. This allows the Auctioneer to sell goods at a reduced commission for the vendor. This means that for each $10 bid, an additional $1.37 will be incurred. For those lots which attract a G.S.T., the G.S.T. will be included in the hammer price - i.e. it will NOT be a charge additional to the hammer price.