Internet Premium: 6%Sales Tax : 4.85% - Sales tax applied to invoice total, including Internet Premium.Cash Payment Discount: 3% Participation Requirements: Valid Credit Card required for bidding approvalPayment Options: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Check, Money Order, and Wire Transfer Visa MasterCard Discover Payment Instructions: INTERNET PURCHASES: All purchases through www.proxibid.com will be assessed a 6% Buyers' Premium. This will be added to the purchase price and is subject to all applicable sales taxes.
PAYMENT: Full payment required on day of auction in cash, certified funds, bank wire transfer, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover.
CASH: Buyers will receive a 3% discount on the stated buyers premium.
CASHIERS CHECK: Buyers will receive a 3% discount on the stated buyers premium.
WIRE TRANSFER: Buyers will receive a 3% discount on the stated buyers premium.
Please use these instructions:
JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A., Westminster Banking Center
7301 N. Federal Blvd
Westminster, CO 80030
ABA Routing #: 021000021
Account Number: 634229171 (If initiating the wire from outside the United States, please use 1634229171)
CHECKS WITH BANK GUARANTEE LETTER: Buyers will receive a 3% discount on the stated buyers premium.
CHECK WITHOUT A BANK GUARANTEE LETTER: Buyers paying by this method will be subject to the full stated buyers premium.
CREDIT CARD (VISA, MASTERCARD & DISCOVER): Buyers paying by credit card will be subject to the full stated buyers premium.
Applicable sales tax depending on the sale location will be added to all purchases except as follows:
Exemptions: Dealers re-selling similar equipment with retail tax number; purchases shipped out of state; businesses with tax-exempt status. Other exemptions may apply such as purchasing manufacturing machinery, food, etc.
A $35 dealer handling fee will be charged to all titled units.
Non-Titled Items are taxed at 4.85%Currency Type: USDShipping Instructions: Shipping is the responsibility of the purchaser. Please contact CTS at 1-800-831-0030 for quotes on item delivery.Preview Date & Times: Monday, June 7th and Tuesday, June 8th, from 8:15 A.M. to 4:45 P.M.Checkout Date & Times: All purchases must be removed at buyers' expense and responsibility by 4:45 P.M. Friday, June 11th, 2010. Location: 7500 York Street, Denver, CO Driving Directions: Southbound I-25: Take the 84th Ave. Exit, #219, go east to Washington Ave., then south to 78th Ave., then east to York . then south on York approx. 3 blocks,
Northbound I-25: Take the I-76 Exit #216A, then veer left onto the 70th Ave. Exit #216B, then east of 70th Ave. approx. 1.3 miles to York, then 2 blocks north.
Westbound on I-270: Take the York St. Exit #1, then proceed north approx. 1 mile.
Eastbound on I-76: Take the 74th Ave Exit #8, then go back west approx. 1 mile to York St., then 2 blocks north. Watch for auction signs.
NOTICE: All Bidders and other persons attending this sale agree that they have read and have full knowledge of these terms and agree to be bound thereby.
Full payment required on day of auction in cash, certified funds, or Bank Wire Transfer. Approved checks, Visa and MasterCard will be subject to the full stated buyers premium.
Please be aware that you are about to participate in the auction sale of personal or real property. This type of sale is much different than your purchase of property at a retail store or from another type of merchant. There are absolutely no guarantees of the quality or condition of the items for sale or that the item will be suitable for your particular purposes. Do not rely on the statements of any employee of Roller & Associates as to the quality or condition of an item or that it may be suitable for your purposes. RELY ONLY UPON YOUR INSPECTION OF THE ITEM, AS SUCH INSPECTION WILL BE THE ONLY ASSURANCE YOU WILL HAVE AS TO THE CONDITION OR QUALITY OF THE PROPERTY OR THE NUMBER OF ITEMS IN THE AUCTION LOT YOU MAY PURCHASE. NO REFUND FOR ANY REASON WILL BE MADE. The following terms and conditions apply to auctions conducted by Roller & Associates, Inc.
1. Bidding Process: Only registered bidders with assigned numbers will be allowed to participate in the auction. The auctioneer has the complete discretion to set the minimum bid and to regulate the advance of those bids. Accordingly, he may reject any bid that, in the auctioneerï¿½s sole discretion, is not reasonably larger than the previous bid. Auctioneer may also reject the bid of any person, for any reason. The auctioneer has the right to refuse all bids made on an item, regardless of whether they are in excess of the minimum. In some events, the owner of an item consigned for sale to the auctioneer may have established a minimum acceptable sale amount. The auctioneer has no duty to inform any bidder as to that minimum price and auctioneer may bid for such owner without any disclosure whatsoever being required. In the event any confusion in the bidding process arises, the auctioneer in his sole discretion may establish a procedure to resolve that confusion. Each bid carries with it an obligation to pay any applicable sales, use, excise or transfer tax in addition to the bid amount. An item is deemed sold to a bidder only when announced as sold by the auctioneer. The auctioneer may by oral announcement alter any bid lot prior to the start of bidding. No adjustments to a winning bid will be made because of later discovered defects, latent or otherwise, in the item purchased. Auctioneer may cancel the auction at any time, for any reason, with no liability to the bidder.
2. Payment: All purchases must be paid for in full by the successful bidder on the day of auction with NO EXCEPTION without prior approval from auctioneer. Payment shall be in the form of cash, certified or cashiers check, or bank wire transfer. The auctioneer may accept a personal or company check with acceptable identification, but is under no obligation to accept that form of payment. In the event that a check is not honored by the drawerï¿½s bank or other financial institution, either because of insufficient funds or stop payment, the maker of that check shall be responsible to Auctioneer for all costs of collection including reasonable attorney fees. If an item is not fully paid on the day of auction, or at a later time as specifically agreed, the auctioneer shall have the right to resell the item, at auction or otherwise, and if such subsequent sale amount, less auctioneerï¿½s costs of resale, is less than the amount due to auctioneer, the auctioneer shall have the right to recover any deficiency from the defaulting bidder. If such subsequent sale amount, less costs of resale, is greater than the amount owed on the original bid, the defaulting bidder has no claim to the excess.
3. Security Interest: Auctioneer maintains a purchase money security interest in any item from the time of successful bid until full payment has been made and any financial instrument given in payment has been successfully negotiated through banking channels. Accordingly, in addition to any other remedy, Auctioneer may recover the item from the bidder, in any lawful manner, if payment is not made or any check is dishonored.
4. Risk of loss: The risk of theft, damage or other loss to the property is the buyerï¿½s responsibility immediately upon becoming the successful bidder. It is the bidderï¿½s sole obligation to protect the property after that time. In the event the property is left at the auction site after the conclusion of the auction, auctioneer has absolutely no obligation to secure the property and only has the obligation to grant access to the auction site for bidderï¿½s removal of the item.
5. Risk of Injury: Bidder acknowledges that an auction site is a potentially dangerous place and shall be deemed to be there at his own risk. No person shall have any claim against the auctioneers, their agents, employees or principals for any injuries sustained or for damages to or loss of property which may occur from any cause whatsoever.
6. Removal: No item may be removed from the auction site until the full bid price and taxes are paid. All items must be removed by the end of the auction or as announced by auctioneer.
7. Description of Property: The auctioneer, in a catalog, brochure, advertisement, or oral statement, uses his best effort to describe an item and any quantities of that item contained in a particular bid lot. Such description is made only to assist in the orderly conduct of the auction process and does not create any warranty that the item is as described or that a particular lot contains the number of items stated.
8. No Warranty: Auctioneer makes NO WARRANTY, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE as to the condition, description or use of any property sold at auction. All property is sold AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH ALL FAULTS.
9. Auction Announcements: Oral announcements made by the Auctioneer on the day of auction which differ from statements made in any brochure, catalog or other advertisements prepared for the auction. take precedence.
10. Title documents: In the event that the transfer of ownership of an item of property requires the delivery of proper title documents to the successful bidder and the auctioneer is unable to deliver such documents, through no fault of its own, within ten days after sale, the bidderï¿½ sole remedy is to return the item to auctioneer in the same condition as received and to be refunded the purchase price, if paid.
11. Litigation: All legal claims by either the auctioneer or any bidder arising from the auction shall be brought in the Adams County Court or the 17th Judicial District Court located in Brighton, Colorado. The prevailing party in such litigation shall be entitled to an award of reasonable attorney fees and costs.
I agree to be bound by the above recited terms and conditions.
All property is sold ï¿½AS ISï¿½, and ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Property is open to thorough public inspection. It is the Bidderï¿½s responsibility to determine condition, age, genuineness, value or any other determinative factor. Roller and Associates, Inc. may attempt to describe the merchandise in advertising, on the Internet and at the auction but makes no representations. In no event shall Roller and Associates, Inc. be held responsible for having made or implied any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bidder shall be the sole judge of value.
Bidders who bid from off site and are not present at the live auction or preview understand and acknowledge that they may not be able to inspect an item as well as if they examined it in person. It is the Bidderï¿½s responsibility to determine condition, age, genuineness, value or any other determinative factor. Roller and Associates, Inc. shall endeavor to describe in detail each item and any pertinent information about it.
Roller and Associates, Inc. will not be responsible for any errors or omissions in the description of the merchandise unless it is a material and intentional misrepresentation of the item itself. Bidder agrees that everything is sold as is and that they may not return any item they purchase.
Roller and Associates, Inc. is providing Internet pre-auction and live bidding as a service to Bidder. Bidder acknowledges and understands that this service may or may not function correctly the day of the auction. Under no circumstances shall Bidder have any kind of claim against Roller and Associates, Inc. or anyone else if the Internet service fails to work correctly before or during the live auction. Roller and Associates, Inc. will not be responsible for any missed bids from any source. Internet bidders who desire to make certain their bid is acknowledged should use the proxy-bidding feature and leave their maximum bid 24 hours before the auction begins. Roller and Associates, Inc. reserves the right to withdraw or re-catalog items in this auction.