Collective Machinery Sale
- Bowman Way
- Shawbury turn
- Battlefield, Shrewsbury
- SY4 3DR
- 01 Feb 2013 11am
Plant, Tractors & Machinery 2% plus VAT, maximum of £150 per
lot minimum £5 per lot.
1% plus VAT
Shrewsbury Auction Centre is shown on the plan to the rear of the catalogue.
The nearest motorway connection is the M54 as shown on the plan.
The majority of lots will attract VAT at 20%, all lots from unregistered vendors
will not attract VAT. For further details, please ask at the auctioneer’s office.
All electrical items that are warranted are tested by a qualified electrician & a
certification stamp placed on the plug prior to sale. Plugs are removed from
any items that are not warranted.
If you are a purchaser of an electrical item which does not meet these criteria
then do not use the item & please inform the Auctioneers where this problem
will be rectified.
Assistance loading will be available & unloading on the day of sale. No
responsibility will be accepted by the auctioneers for any damages sustained to
any lots. A loading ramp is available for use by vendors & purchasers. No
liability can be accepted by the Auctioneers for any damages sustained to any
Lots whilst in use.
The auctioneers will be pleased to assist in organising transport. Local
contractors will be in attendance on the day of the sale.
Money Laundering Regulations 2003
In order to comply with the above regulations, we are no longer able to accept
cash payments for sums in excess of £7500. This includes single payments
amounting to this sum or multiple payments totalling £7500.Insurance of Goods
Vendors & purchasers are reminded that they are solely responsible for
insurance of items whilst they are st&ing in our yard. If required, you must
make your own insurance arrangements.
Hour, Milometer & Kilometre Readings
Any hour, milometer or kilometre readings recorded on any Lot or mentioned
in this catalogue cannot be guaranteed unless stated otherwise.
Presentation of Lots
The Auctioneers will use every endeavour to ensure that all Lots listed in the
catalogue are presented for sale. The Auctioneers will not entertain any claim
for expenses incurred in abortive attendance at the sale.
The Lots may be viewed on the day of sale from 8.00 a.m. & on the day before
the sale from 12.00 noon to 5.00 p.m. Please note that some items will not
arrive until the day of sale.
Delivery of Lots
Items can be delivered to the sale site from the Wednesday prior to the sale
9am-5pm, Thursday 8am-6pm & on the morning of the sale from 7am-10am.
RICS Client Money Protection Scheme
All financial transactions within this market are conducted with the
Auctioneers acting as principal. Sale proceeds are not paid into a client
bank account and, consequently, the RICS Client Money Protection
Scheme (CMPS) will not apply to protect the vendor.
All accounts must be settled on the day of sale, no credit will be
available. Any prospective purchasers unknown to the auctioneers and wishing
to pay by cheque must make the following arrangements at least 7 days prior
to the sale:
1. Inform your bank manager that you wish to pay by cheque. Tell them the
likely amount that you intend to spend, and instruct him to contact us via
email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 01743 442815 in order to accept your
2. Credit cards accepted with a 2½% Surcharge
3. Debit cards accepted with a £1 fee for transactions under £25
Misrepresentation Act 1967
The Auctioneers for themselves and the vendors, whose agents they are, give
notice that the descriptions in this catalogue, although believed to be correct,
are not guaranteed as to age or year. Prospective purchasers must
satisfy themselves, by inspection or otherwise as the details of each lot.
Power Take Off Drive Shafts
Vendors: all PTO drive shafts must be securely attached to the
respective implement or correctly labelled with the Lot number and place in
the Auctioneers’ Office. It will be presumed that all PTO drive shafts are not
available to purchasers unless a statement is given to the contrary at the time
of the sale.
Removal of Items
Purchasers and vendors are reminded that a maximum time of 7 days is
allowed for the removal of all items entered and purchased in this sale.
Overseas purchasers must supply the Auctioneers with their VAT/FISCAL
number. They will be required to pay the purchase price in full on the sale day
plus 20% deposit which is the equivalent to the VAT. This deposit will be
refunded in full if the Auctioneers receive within 3 months a Bill of Loading or
Certificate of Shipment from the Shipping or Transport Co. showing the date,
place & vessel involved as proof of shipment for HM Customs & Excise.
Photocopies WILL NOT be accepted unless authenticated by Customs &
This condition will be strictly adhered to without exception.
Terms and Conditions
The majority of lots will attract VAT at 20%
All online purchasers will pay buyers premium at 5% +VAT on the hammer price of each lot purchased.
All accounts must be settled on the day of sale, no credit will be available. Any prospective purchasers unknown to the auctioneers and wishing to pay by cheque must make the following arrangements at least 7 days prior to the sale.
1. Inform your Bank Manager that you wish to pay be cheque. Tell them the likely amount you intend to spend and instruct your Bank Manager to inform us by Fax 01743 271014 or e-mail email@example.com that it is in order to accept your cheque.
2. Arrange with your bank manager for the issue of a guaranteed cheque to be issued.
3. Credit cards accepted with a 2½% Surcharge
4. Debit cards accepted with a £1 fee for transactions under £25
All items must be removed from the sale site within 3 days. The auctioneers reserve the right to charge storage for any uncollected items.
Interested parties are encouraged to contact the auctioneers prior to bidding to request further information regarding any lots they are interested in bidding on.
The Lots may be viewed on the day of sale from 8.00 a.m. and on the day before the sale from 12.00 noon to 5.00 p.m. Please note that some items will not arrive until the day of sale.
CONDITIONS OF SALE
1 The highest bidder shall be the purchaser and if any dispute shall arise between two or more bidders, the lot in dispute is to be put up again at the sum last bid or the Auctioneers may declare the purchaser.
2 The bidding is to be ruled by the Auctioneers who may, without giving any reason, refuse to accept the bid of any person.
3 No person shall retract a bid without permission of the Auctioneer, who reserves the right to himself refuse a bid, and also the right of withdrawing any lot or lots from the sale.
4 The bidder may advance less at a bid than the sum named from time to time by the Auctioneers.
5 The purchaser must declare their name and address and if required to, pay the Auctioneer or his clerk the amount of purchase money immediately on the fall of the hammer. In default of which the lot or lots shall be offered again and resold, and under no circumstances must any lot be removed without first obtaining a pass from the clerk.
6 The Auctioneers reserve the right to charge Interest and Compensation on overdue accounts as allowed in the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 as amended and supplemented by the Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulations 2002.
7 Title to each asset sold will only pass on payment in full by the purchaser.
8 The Auctioneers reserve the right of deviating from the catalogue either by amalgamating or dividing the lots, as circumstances may require and also by deviating from the order of sale.
9 The lots are to be under the immediate care of the purchasers who must take the same with all faults, imperfections and errors of description (if any) and remove the same at their own expense and risk, and no purchaser shall be allowed to remove lots from the premises until the whole of the purchase money is paid.
10 All statements contained in this catalogue as to the authenticity, genuiness, date, age, condition or quality of any lot are statements of opinion and are not taken as or implying, statements or representations of fact.
11 Intending purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection as to all such matters as to the physical description of any lot.
12 Neither the Vendor(s) of any lot nor the Auctioneers make or give any representation or warranty as to fitness for purpose or the quality of lots sold.
13 If any lots are described at the time of sale as ‘in working order’ such lots shall have no defect which renders them incapable of the reasonable work for which they are intended and they must be capable of performing such work.
14 The purchaser is to make good any damage done to the premises by the removal or otherwise of any lot or lots.
15 The purchaser shall not be entitled to any right of “Set Off” against the Vendor or the Auctioneer.
16 In the case of lots upon which there is a reserve, the Auctioneers shall have the right to bid on behalf of the seller.
17 Upon failure to comply with the above conditions, the uncleared lots will be re-sold either by public or by private sale and the deficiency (if any) and all expenses attendant thereon shall be made good by the defaulters at this auction, who shall have no claim for any surplus that may arise.
18 The Auctioneers may rescind any sale within 3 hours of the final lot being sold if the lot has been sold under reserve. In the event of such rescission, the purchase price or any part already paid by the Buyer shall be repaid but the parties and the Auctioneers shall be under no further liability to each other.
COMPLIANCE WITH ROAD TRAFFIC ACTS
19 The purchaser of any vehicle or trailer is responsible for complying with all legal requirements as to the construction and the use of such vehicle or trailer and for obtaining all certificates, permits or other authorisations necessary before such vehicle or trailer can be used on the road.
HEALTH & SAFETY AT WORK ACT 1974 AND ALL OTHER ACTS & REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO FARM SAFETY
20 The purchaser of any lots is responsible for complying with all legal requirements as to the safe use of lots purchased at the sale and shall ensure compliance with all relevant legislation relating to the safe use of such lots.
TRADES DESCRIPTION ACT 1968
21 The vendor is reminded that under the terms of the Trades Description Act 1968 the Vendor of any lots to which a false description is applied may be guilty of a criminal offence punishable by fine or imprisonment.
22. The auctioneers reserve the right to not accept an online bidder. All potential online bidders must be accepted by the auctioneers whose decision will be final. Online purchasers will be required to pay a3% surcharge + VAT. The auctioneers do not accept any responsibility for descriptions contained within their catalogue. Interested parties are encouraged to make presale enquiries with the auctioneers.