AUCTION: Tools & Equipment Auction
Team JP has been called upon to assist the NC Department of Revenue to liquidate tools and equipment. JP Auction Facility - Live and Online through Proxibid. More information to follow.
1. BUYERS PREMIUM: A 13% buyers premium will be added to the successful bidders high bid. A 3% discount will apply if paying with cash or certified funds. 2. SALES TAX: All North Carolina and local sales tax laws will apply. 3. CONDITIONS: Buyers complete inspection of property is encouraged. All announcements made by the Auctioneer at the Auction will take precedence over any previous printed material or any other oral statements made. All items will sell Absolute. 4. PAYMENTS: CASH, CERTIFIED FUNDS or CREDIT CARD. All items must be paid for in full on sale day. All items will be sold at absolute auction. 5. LOAD OUT/TRANSPORTATION: Load out and transportation will be the responsibility of the buyer. Property will become the responsibility of the purchasers once pronounced sold. Buyers and their agents, will dismantle, load and remove all property at their own risk and expense. Buyers must pay in full for items prior to removal. Items not removed following the auction shall be subject to forfeiture. 6. AUCTIONEERS DISCLAIMER: All information including year models, horsepower, size, weight, capacity, count, square footage or other descriptions contained herein is provided without representation or warranty as to the accuracy of the same. Buyers are encouraged to personally inspect items and rely on their own judgement and inspection. All items are sold AS IS, WHERE IS with all faults if any. 7. Johnson Properties, Realtors and Auctioneers Inc. nor the sellers are responsible for any accidental injury or theft. Inventory is subject to change. 8. ATTENTION AUCTION BUYERS: We suggest that you arrive one hour prior to the auction in order to register and have any last minute questions answered. 9. The personal property is being sold subject to all prior recorded or perfected liens and encumbrances pending against the property. The personal property is being sold "as is".