VIEWING – TUESDAY 19TH JUNE 2018 9.00am to 4.30pm at:
LOTS 1-304 – J T Hawkes Electrical Contractors Limited, Unit 23, 38 Birch Road East Witton, Birmingham B6 7DA
LOT 305-306 - Hibbert House, Baxters Lane, St Helens
LOT 307 Dudley MIxed Concrete, Pear Tree Lane Dudley DY2 0UU
LOT 308 – Waldrons Transport, Old Birmingham Road, Lydiate Ash, Birmingham
COMPUTERS/SERVERS Prospective purchasers should be aware that in order to comply with data protection legislation and software licencing, computers and servers are likely to have been "sanitised" which involves overwriting of the hard drive which necessarily includes operating software or removal of the hard dive
Prospective buyers must complete the Bidspotter online registration process in order to bid and purchase during the auction
Purchasers who wish to export goods must declare their intention at the point of registration.
A VAT deposit equal to the amount payable will be taken and held by Deeley Matthews until satisfactory proof of export is received.
The Registration Form that you complete for the auction adheres you to all the terms and conditions set out for this sale.
All purchases that you make are subject to a 15% buyer’s premium.
Goods must be paid for by 4 p.m. on Friday 22nd June 2018
Payment will be accepted by:
Cash: up to the amount of £9,000;
Telegraphic transfer to the HSBC, 120 High Street, Brierley Hill, West Midlands, DY5 3BD
Account Name: JTD Asset Solutions Ltd T/A Deeley Matthews Clients Account
Sort Code: 40 13 29
Account No: 51758500
Cheque supported by banker’s letter/reference stating that funds are available/the bank will honor the cheque up to an agreed limit.
Cheques and bankers drafts must be made payable to JTD Asset Solutions Ltd T/A Deeley Matthews Clients Account
Clearance will be from 9am Friday 22nd June 2018 all lots must be removed by 4.30pm on Tuesday 26th June 2018 (THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE SATURDAY & SUNDAY), any lots remaining on the premises after the clearance deadline rent will start to accrue storage costs on a weekly basis at an appropriate rate.
Clearance of all lots must be undertaken paying due regard to current Health, Safety and Environmental regulations. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Construction Design and Management Regulations, the Working at height Regulations 2005, the Control Asbestos at Work Regulations 2002.
Buyers should be aware of the above and comply as appropriate. They should attend at the opening of the auction to hear the Auctioneers opening announcements, which may include amendments additions to the Conditions of Sale
Unless specifically excluded, buyer’s lots will be required to make good holes or voids exposed by the removal of lots. Cladding removed from the building or any other demolition to aid removal of machinery or equipment that will have to be replaced, or made good unless specified by the Auctioneer
METHOD STATEMENTS AND RISK ASSESSMENT
Where appropriate, the buyer will have to provide a Method Statement and Risk Assessment approved by Deeley Matthews together with proof of insurance, prior to any machinery or equipment being removed from the premises.
Deeley Matthews also reserve the right to halt or suspend clearance if it feels it is being carried out in an unsafe manner or without an approved method statement or risk assessment.
DISCONNECTION FROM SERVICES
Deeley Matthews will endeavour to have machinery disconnected from mains service. Where this has not been possible the following will apply.
Disconnection from mains supply is the responsibility of the Buyer and MUST be carried out by an approved electrician.
All electrical machinery and equipment must be disconnected at the first point of isolation and left in a safe condition.
Electrical cable is not included in the sale of any lots unless otherwise indicated.
Gas disconnection from mains supply is the responsibility of the Buyer and MUST be carried out by a Gas Safe (or Country equivalent, if the sale is outside of the UK) registered gas engineer. All disconnections must conform to current regulations, capped and left in a safe condition.
Pipe work must be disconnected as indicated, or as directed.
Waste and Fluids - Any fluids or waste created by the removal, or that may be remaining in machinery or equipment, are the responsibility of the buyer and MUST be removed from the location strictly in accordance with the control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1999. Where appropriate a waste transfer/consignment note should be obtained and retained.
If you agree to the terms and conditions above you may register for this event. Registering for this event means you agree to both the BidSpotter.com website terms and conditions and also Deeley Matthews terms and conditions for this auction.
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF DEELEY MATTHEWS
In these Terms and Conditions of Sale, the following words will have the following meanings:
a) “The Agents” means JTD Asset Solutions Limited T/A Deeley Matthews, any Employee thereof at the time of Sale.
b) “The Auctioneers” means the person conducting the auction, Deeley Matthews or any Employee thereof at the time of Sale.
c) “The Purchaser” shall have the meaning ascribed to it in condition 4 below and Purchasers shall be deemed to be principals (for the purpose of these conditions) unless to the knowledge of the Agents and Auctioneers they are acting as agents on behalf of a named principal.
d) “The Vendor” means the person owning or having the right to sell the lot.
2. GENERAL CONDITIONS
a) The Agents/Auctioneers act only as agents for the Vendor (unless otherwise directly declared). Vendors are not paid until payment is received from the Purchaser. The Agents/Auctioneers are not necessarily in a position to know the history or assess the quality of lots sold on behalf of Vendors. Furthermore, lots sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by use or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections. Purchasers are given an opportunity at the viewing period to examine lots to be sold and will be assumed to have done so. Purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the condition of any lots before bidding and lots are therefore sold with no guarantee or warranty being given or implied.
b) The Interpretation Act 1978 applies to the terms and expressions used in these Terms and Conditions of Sale as if contained in statute and these Terms and Conditions of Sale shall be governed by the law of England and Wales and subject to the jurisdiction of England and Wales
3. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY
The Agents/Auctioneers will not be responsible for any injury, damage, or loss, howsoever caused to or sustained by any person on the Agents/Auctioneers’ premises or any site where an auction is held unless the same shall be caused by the direct negligence of the Agents/Auctioneers, including the period(s) during which viewing and subsequent removal takes place
4. OFFERS AND BIDS
All offers and bids made shall be treated as offers made upon these Terms and Conditions of Sale, and all persons present at the Auction and offerors acknowledge that their attention has been drawn to these Terms and Conditions of Sale and they are bound by them. Subject to these Terms and Conditions, the highest bidder/offeror shall be the Purchaser, subject to the approval of the bid by the vendor.
The Auctioneers have the right to:
a) Refuse any bid.
b) Advance the bidding at their own discretion.
c) Decide whether there has been a dispute as to the bidding and, if so, immediately re-offer the lot in question.
d) Divide, combine, and withdraw any lots.
e) Exclude any person from the Auction process.
6. VENDORS RIGHTS
Lots offered for sale are subject to the following:
a) Any reserve price placed by the Vendor.
b) The right of the Auctioneers to bid on behalf of the Vendor.
c) When a reserve price has been placed (but in no other case) for the Vendor to bid personally or through any agent.
d) VAT at the applicable local rate if appropriate
7. DUTIES OF PERSONS PRESENT AND PURCHASERS AND PAYMENT TERMS
7.1 All persons present at an auction sale and or taking part in an on-line auction agree to refrain from conduct which may cause a nuisance to others present
7.2 Upon the Auctioneer declaring any lot sold, the Purchaser shall immediately:
a) Supply a Banker’s reference unless prior arrangements have been made.
b) Subject to vendor approval being obtained pay the full purchase price and the Auctioneers’ premium, if any, plus any chargeable VAT, unless prior approval has been obtained from the Auctioneer to pay upon the fall of the hammer a deposit of 10% of the purchase price and the Auctioneers’ premium. Where a deposit has been approved by the Auctioneer, the balance must be paid in full by 4pm the following day.
c) On proof of payment in full, clear any lot expeditiously and at the latest by the date and times specified in clause 7.3.
d) Pay a premium at the rate specified (at 15% unless otherwise specified in the notice to bidders and conditions of auction) of the price realised for each lot, whether sold by auction or private treaty, plus VAT thereon (such premium to belong to the Auctioneers).
e) Should payment not be received within the timescales specified in clause 7 then the Auctioneer reserves the right to retain any deposit paid.
7.3 The time for complying with clause 7.2 above shall be the time specified in the Auction catalogue, or if no time specified there, 4pm on the next working day after the offer / bid was accepted, and in every case time shall be of the essence.
7.4 The Auctioneer may at any time in his sole discretion grant the Purchaser an extension of time for complying with clause 7.2 above, in which case the Purchaser shall pay to the Auctioneer in full before moving or removing the Lot interest on any unpaid sums at a rate of 4 per cent above Barclays Bank plc base rate in force from time to time.
7.5 Payment to be made in Sterling unless otherwise specified in the Auction Sale Catalogue.
Payment will be accepted by:
a) Cash up to an amount of £7,500.00.
b) Telegraphic transfer to the account specified in the Auction Catalogue.
c) Bankers draft.
d) Cheque supported by bankers letter or reference stating that funds are available and or the bank will honour the cheque up to an agreed limit.
e) A facility for credit or debit card payments is also available although is subject to a charge of 4% on the total amount debited to the card.
Cheques and bankers drafts must be made payable to Deeley Matthews.
In relation to goods sold that will be exported, a VAT deposit equal to the amount of applicable VAT payable will be taken and held by Deeley Matthews until satisfactory proof of export is received.
7.6 Until the Purchaser has complied with clause 7.2 above:-
a) Title to any Lot bought shall not pass to the Purchaser.
b) The lot shall be at the Purchasers risk.
c) The Auctioneer shall have a lien over any Lot bought by the Purchaser in the Auction.
d) If the Purchaser effects or purports to effect a resale of any other disposition of all or part of the Lot, the Purchase shall hold proceeds of resale or other disposition on trust for the Auctioneer and the Seller
8. LIABILITY OF THE AGENTS/AUCTIONEERS AND VENDORS
a) Lots are sold with all faults and defects and with all errors of description and neither Vendor nor the Agents/Auctioneers are responsible for any defects whatsoever. All implied conditions relating to description, fitness and quality are accordingly excluded;
b) Subject to c) below, the Vendor and the Agents/Auctioneers do not make or give, nor has any person in the employment of the Agents/Auctioneers any authority to make or give, any express representation or warranty with regard to any lot except that the Vendor has the right to sell it.
c) Where a lot bears a specific catalogue description indicating quality (for example “good condition”) this description shall be taken to be made on the authority of the Vendor alone and in case of dispute about such express description the Purchaser agrees to follow the procedure specified in condition 17 below and to be bound by the result thereof.
d) The Vendor indemnifies the Agents/Auctioneers that he has the right to sell any lot offered for sale by the Agents/Auctioneers on behalf of the Vendor.
e) It is hereby expressly agreed that the Vendors and Agents/Auctioneers shall have no personal liability hereunder or under any document executed pursuant hereto
9. CATALOGUE DESCRIPTIONS
The Agents/Auctioneers undertake that care has been taken to see that the catalogue descriptions and advertisements are accurate and reliable, but these are necessarily statements of opinion and must not be relied upon as statements of fact. Subject to condition 18 below, neither the Vendor nor the Agents/Auctioneers are responsible for errors of description, the genuineness, attributes or authenticity of any lot
10. PROPERTY IN LOTS AND TRANSFER OF RISK
The Purchaser shall not become the owner of any lot and the Agents/Auctioneers shall not have any lien thereon, until the lot has been paid for in full, but nevertheless each lot is at the sole risk of the Purchaser from the fall of the hammer or upon receiving notification of successful bids
11. DEFAULT BY THE PURCHASER
If the Purchaser fails to pay for or remove any lots purchased by him, or in any way fails to comply with these Terms and Conditions of Sale, the Agents/Auctioneers shall have the right to:
a) Sell the lots by Public Auction or otherwise without notice to the Purchaser, and if any loss arises from such a resale after deducting the Agents/Auctioneers’ full costs and expenses, the Purchaser shall be responsible to the Agents/Auctioneers for that loss.
b) Where deposit is paid, to forfeit that deposit.
c) To charge interest on any unpaid balance at the rate of 4% above the base rate charged by Barclays Bank plc from time to time.
d) To charge for storage arising after the time for removal at the current rate and to release the lots in question to the Purchaser only after payment in full of all storage and removal expenses incurred (as well as the full purchase price)
Title will not pass to the purchaser until the auctioneer as agent for the vendor has received payment in full
13. AGENCY AND COMMISSIONS
The Agents/Auctioneers execute commissions received in writing up to one hour before the sale, on condition that the relevant lots have been viewed by the bidder. No responsibility is accepted relating to commissions given to staff other than the Agents/Auctioneers nominated individual.
14. SAFETY OF PLANT, MACHINERY AND VEHICLES
a) Purchasers are reminded that under current Health & Safety legislation affecting the sale and safe use of machinery, the Agents / Auctioneers will so far as is reasonably practical check that all lots sold comply with the provisions and duties of the Section 6 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and within the meaning of Section 53 of the Act. Accordingly the Purchaser undertakes not to use any lot purchased until satisfied that it complies with the relevant local Legislation and Regulations relating to such machines and implements and to indemnify the Agents/Auctioneers against any failure to observe this undertaking;
b) In the case of the sale of vehicles, no vehicle is warranted or held out to be roadworthy and no lot is warranted or held out to be merchantable or safe for use or complying with statutory requirements for use, display or movement. The Agents/Auctioneers have no authority to make representations and all vehicles are sold as scrap.
c) All goods sold are sold as used and are not supplied as new unless the catalogue description clearly states the contrary.
15. REMOVAL OF GOODS
a) The Purchaser is responsible for removing all goods purchased within the timeframe specified in clause 7.3 and undertakes to do so safely and lawfully in accordance with local Health and Safety legislation and regulations and having due regard for safe systems of work where the goods are to be removed from any site owned, occupied or operated by the Agents/Auctioneers.
b) Removal to be completed within two weeks after the date of purchase, and only once payment has been received, unless a different time is specified in the Auction / Sale catalogue.
c) The Purchaser is responsible to ensure any and all contractors, sub-contractors or employees are qualified and competent in the removal of any purchased items and will operate with due regard to risks inherent in the removal of any equipment. The Purchaser will be responsible for undertaking any assessment of risk, deemed appropriate in connection with the removal of any purchased goods and ensure that the suitable method statements are prepared addressing such risk. Moreover, such consideration will be required from any contractors or sub-contractors employed in the removal of any purchased goods.
16. REMOVAL / REPAIR OF FIXTURES
a) Where lots and sale items are of a fixed nature, the Purchaser is responsible for detaching such lot and undertakes to do so safely and lawfully in accordance with local Health and Safety legislation and regulations, where necessary. The Purchaser will provide a method statement for removal, to the Agents/Auctioneers prior to removing any such fixtures.
b) The Purchaser undertakes to indemnify the Agents/Auctioneers and, where appropriate, the Vendor, against any cost, damage, legal or other expenses in respect of any claim arising from the detachment of the lot or its removal. If the Agents/Auctioneers so require, the Purchaser agrees to pay to the Agents/Auctioneers a sum to cover the likely damage caused by such removal in the amount so estimated by the Agents/Auctioneers.
17. AGENTS/AUCTIONEERS RIGHTS REF DAMAGE
In the case of a Purchaser causing damage not covered by conditions 15 & 16, the Agents/Auctioneers shall be entitled to exercise a lien in respect of any and all lots purchased by the Purchaser until such damage or loss has been paid for in full, whether or not the lots or any of them have been paid for in full, such loss and damage to be assessed by the Agents/Auctioneers whose decision shall be final. The Agents/Auctioneers’ assessed sum shall be paid by the Purchaser upon receipt of invoice and payment shall be made forthwith, time being of the essence
18. INSOLVENCY AND DEATH
Where the Agents/Auctioneers conduct a sale on behalf of a Vendor who is an Administrative Receiver, an Administrator or a Liquidator of a limited company or Trustee in Bankruptcy of an individual:
The Vendors shall only act as an agent on behalf of the company or bankrupt (as the case may be) and shall be under no personal liability whatsoever in respect of the contract for sale of any lots;
The Vendor, and the Agents/Auctioneers on his behalf, sell whatever right, title or interest the company or the bankrupt may have in the lot;
In the event of any third party proving to have a superior title to right to custody or possession of any lot the Vendor may rescind the contract of sale and upon return of any deposit and/or purchase price to the Purchaser, neither the Vendor nor the Agents/Auctioneers shall be under any further liability to the Purchaser;
If before title to any lot has passed to the Purchaser, the Purchaser, being an individual, dies or enters into a composition or arrangement for the benefit of his creditors or has a Bankruptcy Order made against him, or being a body corporate, has a Receiver or a Receiver and Manager appointed or goes into administration, liquidation or enters into an arrangement for the benefit of its creditors, then in all such cases the contract for sale for such lot may be, at the Agents/Auctioneers’ discretion, rescinded without notice to the said Purchaser. Upon rescission, any deposit paid by the Purchaser shall be forfeited and the Agents/Auctioneers shall be entitled to exercise the rights set out in these conditions of sale on the basis of default by the Purchaser.
19. AGENTS/AUCTIONEERS’ RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE CATALOGUE DESCRIPTIONS
Bidders and Purchasers shall be deemed to have accepted that warranties or guarantees appearing in the catalogue have been specifically authorised by the Vendors and the Agents/Auctioneers disclaim all personal liability arising there from.
20. HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK ACT 1974
Section 6 (8) of the Act – In certain instances it may be necessary for the Purchaser to give a written undertaking pursuant to Section 6 (8) of the Health and Safety At Work Act 1974 (HSWA).
Asbestos / Hazardous Substances
It is expressly brought to the Purchaser’s attention that certain types of plant or main service installations could contain asbestos, dangerous chemicals, etc. which if not handled correctly during their removal from the site could be in breach of the HSWA, the Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2002, the Asbestos (Licensing) Regulations 1983 as amended and the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 (COSHH) or any other current legislation covering the use of such substances in a working environment.
All purchasers must comply with all current legislation and regulation, including the Water Industry Act 1991 in relation to the removal/disposal of waste/trade effluent including hazardous waste and may be required to satisfy Deeley Matthews in relation to their disposal/removal procedures. Where waste materials are removed all work must be undertaken by an approved and licensed contractor.
All visitors to the site where the assets are stored and or from where the sale will take place do so at their own risk.
Children are not permitted on the site at any time.