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following terms apply to this Online Auction. By participating in this
online auction, you agree to abide by these terms and conditions.
“Seller” means Green Light Graphics, INC, the user on the website who is
offering the goods for sale.
1. ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH NO WARRANTIES OR RETURNS.
Binding Contract. If you are the highest bidder on a lot when the lot
closes, you agree to purchase that lot for the hammer price plus the
buyer's premium. Please bid with care.
3. Buyer's Premium. You agree
to pay a buyer's premium of 8% of the hammer price in addition to the
hammer price of any lot you win. This premium will be added to the
hammer price in your invoice.
4. Payment. Full payment for any lot
must be received by the seller before 5:00 p.m.(EST) on Tuesday, February 18th, 2014. The seller accepts the following forms of payment:
Cash, Cashiers/Bank Check, Money Order, Wire Transfer, ACH (Electronic
Check), Visa, Mastercard, Business Check.
5. Removal. You may not
remove or take possession of any lot until the seller receives payment
in full for that lot. You must present proof of payment to the seller
6. Removal dates. Lots will be available for pickup on these dates:
9:00am to 5:00pm (EST) M-F, Sat. by Appointment
- All lots must be removed before 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 21st, 2014.
Preparation of lots. Seller will make reasonable efforts to make the
purchased lots accessible to the winning bidder on the dates of removal.
Seller will not be responsible for securing or unloading lots once they
are loaded at our facility. Any damage or liability caused by
incorrectly securing items will be the sole responsibility of the
8. Complete agreement. These terms and conditions,
together with any posted notices and/or additional terms provided in the
description of any lots within this auction, constitutes the entire
terms and conditions on which property listed in the auction sale
catalog shall be offered for sale or sold by Seller, and any consignor
of such property for whom Seller acts as agent. No oral agreements made
between Buyer and Seller shall be valid unless memorialized by both
parties in writing. Seller strongly recommends to all bidders to
thoroughly inspect all items before the auction on which bidder intends
9. Auction site. Bidder acknowledges that an auction site is a
potentially dangerous place. Flammable, noxious, corrosive and
pressurized substances may be present, heavy equipment may be in
operation, and electric circuits may be live. Every person at the
auction site before, during and after the auction sale, shall be deemed
to be there at his/her own risk with notice of the condition of the
premises, the activities on the premises, and conduct of third parties;
and the bidder shall so advise his/her agents and employees. No person
shall have any claim against Seller, its consignors, agents, employees,
directors or principals for any injuries sustained or for damages to or
loss of personal property, which may occur from any cause whatsoever.
If Seller or its consignor is unable to deliver any lot or any
necessary documentation required in respect of any lot, the Purchaser’s
sole and exclusive liability shall be the return of any monies paid on
11. Absolutely NO RETURN of sold goods, NO REFUNDS, and NO EXCHANGES will be permitted.
No article shall be removed unless paid for in full and all articles
purchased shall be removed within the time period herein provided in the
Event Specific Terms & Conditions.
13. Time shall be of the
essence. If the Purchaser fails to make payment or remove goods within
the time periods herein provided, the Auctioneer may resell the article
purchased by auction, private contract or otherwise, as the Seller in
his discretion deems advisable. If the Purchaser fails to pay the seller
in full for his item by the payment due date, the Purchaser shall owe
Seller liquidated damages in the amount of 40% of the hammer price of
14. We have done our best to provide as much
information about these items as possible. However, features change and
there are things that we don't have perfect knowledge of. When there is
a discrepancy between the written description and the actual item, the
photographs will win out. You are bidding on the items in the
photographs, not the written descriptions.