All items must be paid for in full before bidder leaves the premises. Nothing may be removed until it is settled for. All sales subject to State Sales Tax laws.
Removal of Purchased Merchandise:
Items purchased at the auction must be removed from the auction barn the day of the sale unless prior arrangements have been made.
All items are sold “as is, where is, without guarantee of any kind”. The descriptions of items appearing in advertising prior to his auction are believed to be correct. Nevertheless, neither those descriptions nor any oral statements made by the Owner (or his agents or officers) concerning any item shall be construed as a warranty, either expressed or implied.
The Auctioneers shall designate the winning bidder after each item is auctioned. If a dispute arises between two or more bidders, The Auctioneer reserves the right to re-open the bidding. The Auctioneers’ designation of a Buyer shall be final.
After a Bidder has won the bid with his/her high bid, they have become the new owners of the item, even though they may have not yet paid for the item. The item(s) becomes the full and sole responsibility of the Buyer at this point, and Buyer assumes all risk of loss and/or damage. Buyers should guard their items accordingly.
Injury and Damage:
Bidder acknowledges responsibility for any personal injury or property damage caused by Bidder or his agent, and further agrees to hold Auctioneers harmless from any personal injury to himself or his Agents and any property damage incurred on auction premises.
The Auctioneers are acting as the Owners Agents only.
Bid Rigging is a Felony
Agreements among Buyers at auctions not to bid against each other for the purpose of purchasing goods at low and non-competitive prices can be a criminal violation of the federal antitrust laws, punishable by heavy fines and imprisonment.