A - Since Covid-19 Governmental Guide Line, lots are to be collected by appointment only, no exception.
B – All payment to be settled within 2 days after the auction has ended.
C – All goods to be collected within 3 days, otherwise later collection fees will be charged at £2 per lot for each day. Goods paid for and not collected within 7 days, they will be considered as abandoned and disposed, unless there is a written agreement with DH
DH AUCTIONEERS FULL TERMS & CONDITIONS PLEASE NOTE: THAT EVERY SALES CONDUCTED BY AUCTION ARE NOT CONSUMER’S SALES, BUT A CONSUMER RIGHTS ACT 2015 Therefore, every item, goods, and assets are purchased under these Terms & Conditions. Hence, no variations should be assumed or undertaking by anyone, without a full validation of a writing and signed full consent by a DH Auctioneers director or an officially authorised member of staff. Therefore, any bid place by purchaser or buyer, it is assumed by DH Auctioneers that they read and understood the full Terms & Conditions and are happy to go ahead with the agreement, making this T/C a bind contract. These contract extent to those bids made on behalf of the account holder, as every bid placed will be deemed as an offer that DH Auctioneers could accept. As A. By registering online, you are confirming and agreeing to the DH Auctioneers full T/C. B. If you win any lot, you are in financial conditions to process the payment within 24 hours and organise you lot to be collected or packaged and shipped at extra cost. C. If you cannot comply with clause A & B, please do not bid. Has by ignoring these clauses, the purchases account will be blocked, resulting you not be able to bid on another auctioneers. 1. DH Auctioneers will be charging every purchaser, the Hammer Price, Vat, Buyer’s Premium, and Vat on Buyer’s Premium on every lot, a less otherwise stated. Buyer’s Premium will vary from auction to auction, except vat, which is set by the government, at the moment stand at 20%. 2. Once a bid is placed, the bidder is legally interring a contract with DH Auctioneers, where there, if the reserve has been met or not. Moreover, the vendor and DH Auctioneers upholds the right to decline the highest bidder, should something seem to be wrong with the buyers. Nevertheless, DH Auctioneers will assist the vendor and the purchaser to solve any dispute that might result to a sale been declined. 3. Every lot purchased must be paid within 24 hours after the auction has finished and collected within 24hours, unless otherwise stated. Fail to do so, the client will be subject to storage costs, which is £5 daily per lot, and £10 daily per pallet plus VAT. Should the client not comply to DH Auctioneers T/C, she or he will be blocked from bidden with us in the future. Furthermore, no lot should collect, or assets being removed from vendors premises without been full paid. 4. Full paid for items, goods, or assets, that are not collected within 14 days after the auction has ended, DH Auctioneers hold the right to consider them as abandoned and resale or disposed them in adequate manners. Please note that no refund will be issued for any not collected items, goods, or assets. And if charges occur in disposing the buyer’s items, goods, or assets, the buyer will be hold full responsible to cover the gross cost of the disposal. Failure to comply with the cost, legal procedures will be taken to recover the costs and the solicitors, and other additional cost that might occur. 5. Offsite auctions: Purchaser must comply with our guideline to access the site and they are full responsible of their goods and assets after purchasing them, as soon as they access the site. Should any damage or loss occur on goods or assets, DH Auctioneers will not refund nor repair any goods or assets after been purchased. Hence, if goods or assets are left unattended by the purchaser or vendor after the auction, it is all done at their own risk, not at DH Auctioneers. Furthermore, it is the purchaser’s full responsibility to acquire adequate and necessary help to dismantle and remove their goods or assets, this includes acquiring and comply with the Health & Safety at Work where is necessary, as the Act 1974 requires when removing goods or assets from a site or premises. As goods, assets, and equipment’s are sold without complying to the Health and Safety regulations. Moreover, should any there be any damage on the building or premises, or any injury occur while dismantling or removing the goods or assets from the site, it is the successful purchaser full responsibility. 6. DH Auctioneers strongly recommend every purchaser to attend viewing date before placing any bid, as all good and assets are sold as seen and described. As we also receive and sale second-hand goods and assets that might come with fault, flaws, and functions errors. Nevertheless, DH Auctioneers will provide the best descriptions on all goods and assets as possible. However, DH Auctioneers are not experts in any area of goods or assets, therefore, will not provide any warranty for any goods or assets whatsoever. 7. Misrepresentation Act 1967. DH Auctioneers do not profess any expert or any profound knowledge on any area of goods, items, or assets that might be sold by us. Hence, we hereby excluding any liability that might provide the purchaser with any right or assumptions of DH Auctioneers being an expert based on information provided on lot descriptions. The purchaser does not possess any right that validate the quality, condition, or date of any lot list in our catalogue that enable the purchaser to uphold DH Auctioneers for any misunderstanding statement or visual images. 8. DH Auctioneers hold the right to group or split the lots and sale to the highest bidder during or after the sale, as the vendors will try to get as much return as they can. Nevertheless, this will be clear stated on auction that this T/C apply. 9. Breach of Conduct. Should for any reason purchaser’s breaches DH Auctioneers T/C, the auctioneer reserves the right to issue an initiative correspondence after 7 days the T/C have been breached. This is to minimise the cost that the purchaser will be full responsible, should the case end up in court, where all the charges will be pursued. This will include, but with not limited, as each case might prove to be different. A. All the solicitor costs, which could vary from case to case, and they will all inlud VAT. B. All the solicitor administrations, travel, and hearing cost, that could add up to over £1,000s. C. To attend the court room alone is around £375 excluding VAT, this will be charged by DH Auctioneers solicitor per hour, and up to £165 excluding VAT for expense per day. D. DH Auctioneers will charge £75 excluding VAT per hour, as administration costs to assist the purchaser proceeding his or her legal process. 10. DH Auctioneers will provide information of anything that will be sold by us in good faith but not to be relied upon on it, as we do not constitute any affiliation with the vendors. As all items, goods, and assets will be available for viewing few days before they due for sale, subject to DH Auctioneers T/C. 11. Nevertheless, a great deal of care is constantly taken when receiving goods or assets from the vendors, and when listing them on our catalogue, just as goods or assets are sent or posted to purchasers. However, DH Auctioneers, and it is members of staff are not to be held accountable for any error that occur during or after the purchase. Where there, is to do with qualities, quantities, colours, measurements, or expiring date, we will not be responsible for these types of errors. Hence, please do not bid if you are not sure about the items or assets conditions or dates.