By registering and accepting a Bid Number, you are consenting to these Terms and Conditions set forth by Mack Auction Company Ltd;
All buyers must register at each sale.
A current letter of credit from your financial institution must be e-mailed to Mack Auction Company no later than 48 hours prior to the auction in which you wish to participate in. It must be current and made in favour of Mack Auction Company and it must specify the maximum amount of your credit.
Payment must be made in Canadian funds. Payments accepted are cash, certified cheque or wire transfer. Full payment must be made within one banking day of receipt of invoice. Full payment is required prior to removal of items purchased.
G.S.T. and P.S.T. will be charged in addition to amount of accepted bid where applicable;
N.S.F. Cheques will not be tolerated. Anyone issuing a NSF cheque are subject to criminal charges and will be responsible for any financial loses to Mack Auction Company;
Bidder acquires title upon Payment in Full;
Purchased items shall be removed immediately on payment of same;
Highest bid accepted by the Auctioneer shall be the buyer. If dispute between bidders, the Auctioneer may, at his discretion determine successful bidder or may re-offer the lot;
All sales final unless item is real property in which event Purchaser and Vendor must sign an agreement of sale in which event written sale terms apply. No bidder shall retract a bid made and accepted;
Mack Auction Company Ltd. does not guarantee the ownership, year, hours, conditions, description, authenticity, suitability or status of title of any item or lot. It is your responsibility to fully and thoroughly inspect each item. No statement made shall be interpreted verbal or written warranty or representation;
All items sell “as is”, “where is” and are at the risk of buyer once the Auctioneer has declared the item sold, all sales are final and binding;
If the Auctioneer decides that any opening bid is too low, he may reject it. The Auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any lot from the sale or to divide any lot, or to combine any two or more lots at his sole discretion;
Announcements by the Auctioneer on sale day will take precedence over printed material;
Mack Auction Company is providing internet on-line bidding as a service to bidders. Bidders acknowledge and understands that this service may or may not function correctly the day of the auction. Under no circumstances shall the bidder have any kind of claim against Mack Auction Company or anyone else if the internet service fails to work correctly before or during the live auction. Mack Auction Company will not be responsible for any missed bids from any source.
A buyer premium plus applicable taxes will be applied to online purchases.
Mack Auction Company Ltd. will not be held responsible for any person or persons injured at the sale. By registering, the signor releases Mack Auction Company Ltd. from all or any legal or financial encumbrances.
All winning Online Bids will be required to pay a 3.5 % up to a max of $700 convenience fee for bidding in addition to the sold price of a lot.