Compound bagged cylinder vacuum 1200w. (118) Few scratches on side - Untested in original box Collection or Shipping from Wolverhampton WV10 8HN on Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th May- Time 10am to 2pm Radcliffe M26 2BD on Thursday 31st May and Friday 1st June - Time 10am to 4pm
Timed Auction of Consumer Electronics, End of Line Goods & Salvage Items
- Unit 1, Bealey Industrial Estate
- Dumers Lane
- M26 2BD
- Ends 17 May 2012 from 7pm
Shepherd’s Auctions are instructed to sell goods from a National Wholesaler & Bankrupt Stock at a Public Auction.
The auction room: Unit 1, Bealey Industrial Estate, Dumers Lane, Radcliffe, M26 2BD. Phone number: 0161 724 6040. Fax: 0161 762 9183. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web: www.shepherdsauctions.co.uk
The online auction will be hosted on i-bidder. www.i-bidder.com
Cash / Credit Card payments only.
All bidders will be required to pay a fully refundable £100 deposit (less 36p transaction cost) only to be retained if a bidder wins and fails to collect one or more items.
Items must be paid for and collected by 5pm on Monday after auction unless by prior arrangement.
Shepherd’s Auction’s Ltd will recommend a delivery company who will give a price for delivery which will be agreed on an individual basis direct.
Credit Card payments are subject to a 3% surcharge and Debit Cards 36p when used to pay for purchases.
All lots are subject to a 15% Buyer’s Premium. All lots are subject to VAT at 20%. Commission and any taxes will be payable on successful bids.
Stock images are for illustration purposes only and items may differ from the image.
Terms and Conditions
Forming part of Conditions of Sale
The sale is by direction of Thurlow Estate Farms Ltd due to restructuring.
LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS TO THE SALE
Weston Woods Farm is located approx. 16 miles south east of Cambridge and approx. 8 miles south of Newmarket. Heading south on the M11, exit at junction 10 (Duxford) and take the A505 towards Haverhill and Newmarket. Follow the road onto the A11 (east) and immediately take the first exit towards Haverhill (A1307). Follow the A1307 through Linton and take the left hand turn signposted ‘West Wickham Warehousing‘ (black sign). Follow the signs for ‘West Wickham Warehousing‘ over the staggered crossroads and into the village of West Wratting and then turn right at the T junction. After approx. 1.5 miles turn left at the crossroads signed Carlton and the farm entrance is on the right hand side after 0.25 miles.
Heading north on the M11 exit at junction 9 onto the A11 and then take the second exit signposted Haverhill A1307 and follow the directions as above.
CAR PARKING is available where the sale is to be held.
VIEWING The sale may ONLY be viewed at the following times.
Wednesday 16th May 2012 from 10.00am to 4.00pm
Morning of the Sale from 8.00am onwards
VALUE ADDED TAX (20%)
VAT at the current rate is payable on all lots in addition to the hammer price, unless otherwise stated at the time of sale. OVERSEAS PURCHASERS to note our Standard Terms and Conditions, see Section 2.
BUYER’S PREMIUM A buyer’s premium of 2% plus VAT will be added to the hammer price on all lots up to a maximum buyer’s premium charge of £1,000 per lot.
On-line bidding (i-Bidder.com) Live on-line bidding will be available at this sale. An additional 1% plus VAT surcharge is added to the hammer price for successful bidders made on-line through i-bidder.com
HOURS/MILEAGE The figures stated in the catalogue are believed to be correct at the time of cataloguing (28th March). Purchasers should satisfy themselves of the correctness of the hours/mileage.
AUCTION CONDITIONS The attention of Purchasers is drawn to the Conditions of Sale included in the catalogue.
REMOVAL OF LOTS All lots must be paid for on the day of sale and all lots without exception must be removed by no later than Thursday 24th May 2012. Mechanical loading will be available on sale day following the completion of the sale and between 9am - 4pm on Friday 18th & Saturday 19th May. Beyond this, loading is strictly by appointment.
RISK The Bidder is on risk once the hammer falls and is strongly advised to effect insurance at once.
NO LOTS MAY BE TRANSFERRED The Auctioneer will only accept payment from and permit removal of lots purchased by the Purchasers successfully bidding at the sale or his Agents.
BUYER’S BID NUMBERS The Auctioneers propose to operate a buyer bid number system. Purchasers are, therefore, requested to attend at the Sales Office during View Day or prior to the commencement of the Sale, so that full details of the intending Purchaser’s name, address, bankers and other relevant information may be recorded please bring a method of identification. You will then be given a bidding number. Failure to obtain a buyer’s bid card may result in the Auctioneer refusing to accept your bid. If you have a Machinery Bidding Number for the Cambridge monthly machinery sales at Sutton or a permanent Vintage Number please use this.
METHOD OF PAYMENT
PAYMENT ON DAY OF SALE All lots must be paid for on the day of sale. Purchasers unknown to the Auctioneers and wishing to pay by cheque must make one of the following arrangements BEFORE the day of sale.
1.Inform your own Bank Manager that you wish to pay by cheque, tell him the maximum amount you are likely to spend and ask him to instruct our Bankers that it will be in order to accept your cheque. Our Bankers will then inform us. Our Bank is Barclays Bank plc. PO Box No.885, Mortlock House, Vision Park, Histon, Cambridge, CB24 9DE Fax: 01223 545787. Please specify date and place of sale.
2.Arrange with your Bank Manager for the issue of a guaranteed cheque to be brought with you.
3.Provide a letter from your Bank stating the amount up to which your cheque will be honoured. Fax copies and photocopies are NOT acceptable and the letter must specify the sale and date.
4.Overseas payments should be made by Inter Bank transfer using SWIFT to Barclays Bank, Cambridge Sort Code 20 17 19 quoting Cheffins Auction Account Client No. 3 Account No. 50287628. IBAN No. GB17 BARC 201719 50287628 SWIFT CODE: BARCGB22 quote sort code and then a/c number as above, Your name or invoice number
5.Payment can be made by Visa & Mastercard Credit Cards; a surcharge of 1.35% plus VAT will be added to the invoice total for this method of payment. We also accept payment by Switch/Maestro or Visa/Delta Debit Cards for which there is no additional charge.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS 2003 In order to comply with these regulations, we are no longer able to accept cash payment for sums in excess of £7,500. This includes single payments amounting to this sum or multiple payments totalling £7,500.
ENQUIRIES The Auctioneers may be contacted on the following numbers:
Office 01223 213777 Oliver Godfrey 07748 596062 William King 07831 732617
Or Jonathan Drury (Thurlow Estate Farms Ltd) 07966 451921
REFRESHMENTS Light refreshments will be available on the day of sale.
The sprayers as lotted 259, 261 and 263 are offered for sale subject to the
l They are retained for use by Thurlow Estate Farms Ltd until the date specified.
l It is estimated that an additional 450 hours each will be added, in addition to the recorded hours as catalogued.
l Any servicing required will be carried out by Thurlow Estate Farms Ltd and the sprayers will be cleaned down prior to collection.
l A 20% deposit of the invoice total is payable on the sale day with the balance payable prior to the collection date (to be agreed.)
Condition Of Sale
1.1In these conditions the following terms have the following meanings unless inconsistent with the context:
"Auctioneers" means Cheffins of Clifton House, 1 & 2 Clifton Road, Cambridge, CB1 7EA "Conditions" means the standard terms and conditions of business set out in this document
"Lots" means all machinery and all other items sold or intended to be sold in accordance with these Conditions.
"Purchaser" means a person, firm or company who purchases lots
"Vendor" means any person, firm or company who puts forward lots intended to be sold at the Sale
"Sale Day" means the day fixed by the Auctioneers for an auction and where the context so requires means the day fixed for the auction in which a particular lot is entered
"Reserve Price" means the minimum price fixed by either the Auctioneers or the vendor at which lots are to be sold at the Sale
1.2 Except where the context otherwise requires words denoting the singular include the plural and vice versa; words denoting one gender include all genders; words denoting persons include corporations and vice versa.
2 VALUE ADDED TAX ON PURCHASE PRICE
2.1 VAT at the standard rate will be added to the purchase price of all lots. The only exceptions to this will be the case of `zero rated` or `exempt lots`. The Auctioneers will state at the time of sale if any lots fall within these exceptions.
2.2 In the case of overseas purchasers from EC countries they will be required to supply the Auctioneers with their VAT/FISCAL NUMBER AND OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION AS REQUESTED in order that the items may be invoiced at zero rate for VAT purposes. HOWEVER, A VAT DEPOSIT EQUIVALENT TO THE STANDARD RATE OF UK VAT WILL BE CHARGED ON ALL LOTS. THE GOODS MUST BE SENT OR TRANSPORTED OUT OF THE UK TO A DESTINATION IN ANOTHER EC MEMBER STATE. It is the responsibility of overseas purchasers from EC Countries to ensure that they or their haulier complete and sign a COLLECTION CERTIFICATE on collection of the goods purchased. The original certificate must be left with the Auctioneers. Upon the above requirements being met in full, a refund of the VAT deposit will be made to the purchaser.Failure to do so will result in the VAT deposit being paid over to Customs & Excise as VAT.
2.3 In the case of overseas purchasers from Non EC Countries, they will be required to pay a VAT deposit equivalent to the standard UK rate. Such amount will be refunded to the overseas purchaser if the Auctioneers receive, within three months of the time of supply, a satisfactory Bill of Lading or Certificate of Shipment as proof of shipment of the lots outside the EC, failing which the VAT deposit will be paid over to Customs & Excise as VAT.
3 RESERVE PRICE AND BIDDING
3.1 The Auctioneers and/or the vendor reserve the right to fix a Reserve Price for any lot and withdraw that lot in the event that the highest bid price does not meet the reserve.
3.2 The vendor may bid for any lot either personally or through the Auctioneers or through any other person as many times as the vendor thinks fit and may withdraw any lot at any time before the sale of such lot.
3.3 The Auctioneers may without giving any reason refuse to accept the bidding of any person. In the case of a dispute as to any bid, the Auctioneers may forthwith determine the dispute or put up the lot again at the last undisputed bid or withdraw the lot.
3.4 No person may advance a bid less than a sum to be named from time to time by the Auctioneers nor be allowed to retract a bid.
3.5 The highest bidder for each lot shall be the purchaser of that lot.
4 AUCTIONEERS AS AGENT FOR VENDOR
4.1 The Auctioneers sell as Agent for the vendor and as such are not responsible for any default by the vendor or purchaser.
4.2 In the event that a purchaser fails to pay the purchase price for the lot in accordance with these Conditions and the Auctioneers have previously advanced to the vendor of such lot an amount representing such purchase price the vendor shall forthwith at the request of the Auctioneers assign all and any of his rights against the purchaser in respect of the unpaid purchase price to the Auctioneers and shall execute such documents as may be required by the Auctioneers to give effect to such assignment and further, shall give reasonable co-operation to the Auctioneers in any action, claim or proceeding brought or threatened by the Auctioneers against the purchaser.
5 REMOVAL OF LOTS
5.1 All lots whether sold or unsold may not be removed from the Saleground without a pass for the removal of lots. Passes can be obtained from the Auctioneers offices.
5.2 All lots purchased must be cleared from the Saleground within 7 days of the date of the Sale in which they were purchased unless otherwise stated at the time of sale.
5.3 The Bidder is on risk once the hammer falls and is strongly advised to effect insurance at once. Upon the fall of the hammer the Bidder shall assume all risks in and relating to such lots. The Bidder is advised to effect in respect of all such risks arising thereafter any insurance it may consider necessary. The duty of the Auctioneer and/or the vendor to deliver lots shall be deemed performed upon the fall of the hammer even if a lot is subsequently and/or part thereof has been lost.
6 DETAILS OF PURCHASERS
All purchasers are required to Register before the auction at the Auctioneers Office, whether or not the lots, which they purchase are to be removed on the day of the Sale.
7 EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY
The Auctioneers shall not be liable for any expense, loss, claim or proceedings in respect of personal injury to or death of any person arising out of or in the course of or caused by the Sale, except to the extent that the same is due to the negligence of the Auctioneers, their servants or agents
All lots must be paid for on the day of the Sale by the purchaser.
9 INSPECTION OF GOODS
9.1 Unless a warranty is specifically given for a particular lot at the time of the Sale all lots are sold with all faults and imperfections and errors of description. Purchasers should satisfy themselves prior to sale of the lot as to the condition of each lot and should exercise and rely on their own judgement as to whether the lot accords with its description. Neither the Auctioneers, their servants or agents are responsible for errors of description or for the genuineness or authenticity of any lot, unless otherwise stated no warranty is given by the Auctioneers, their servants or agents or by any vendor to any purchaser in respect of any lot and any express or implied conditions or warranties are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.
9.2 The Auctioneers may at their discretion or upon the instruction of the vendor alter or withdraw all or any lots referred to in the auction catalogue up to the moment at which the hammer falls in relation to such lot(s).
10 AUCTIONEERS` RIGHT TO ANNUL SALES
In the event of any dispute or refusal to pay or of non-payment on the part of the purchaser, the Auctioneers may, entirely at their discretion, annul and cancel the sale of such lot or lots.
11 COMPLIANCE WITH ROAD TRAFFIC ACTS
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.
12 HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK ACT 1974 AND ALL OTHER ACTS AND REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO FARM SAFETY
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.
13 RESERVATION OF TITLE
13.1 If the Auctioneers allow the purchaser to remove the lot from the Saleground before the purchaser has made full payment for the lot then title to the lot shall remain vested in the vendor.
13.2 If the Auctioneers pay the vendor the price of the lot before the purchaser has paid the price to the Auctioneers title to the lot shall pass from the vendor to the Auctioneers and shall remain with the Auctioneers until full payment has been made by the purchaser to the Auctioneers, when title shall pass to the purchaser.
13.3 Notwithstanding that the title has not passed to the purchaser all risk of damage to the lot shall pass to the purchaser immediately upon sale (the fall of the hammer).
13.4 The purchaser shall until payment has been made in full keep the lot in good marketable condition and readily identified and shall indemnify the vendor or the Auctioneers as the case may be for any damage.
13.5 In the event of any sale by the purchaser of a lot before full payment has been made the purchaser shall hold the proceeds of such sale on trust for the vendor or the Auctioneer (as the case may be) and shall pay such proceeds into a separate identifiable bank account.
13.6 At any time before the title to the lot has passed to the purchaser, the vendors or the Auctioneers (as the case may be) including the Auctioneers acting as agents for the vendor, shall have the right to enter upon the purchasers property for the purposes of recovering the lot.
14 GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
For the avoidance of doubt all contracts entered into between the purchaser and vendor and between either of them and the auctioneers on the basis of these standard terms and conditions of business are governed by the laws of England and Wales and the parties hereby submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
CHEFFINS AGRICULTURAL AUCTIONS
1 & 2 Clifton Road
Telephone: 01223 213777