The buyers will pay in addition to the bids the following fees and taxes:
Voluntary sale 20% VAT - Judicial sale 14.4%.
Payment is made in cash for the full price, including fees and taxes. The successful bidder may pay by the following means:
- cash up to 1,000 euros including costs and taxes (15,000 euros when the debtor proves that he does not have his tax domicile in France and that he is not acting for the needs of a professional activity).
- French cheques made out to SVV POUSSE CORNET. Foreign cheques are not accepted.
- Bank transfer: RIB or IBAN on request to the Study
- Credit card
IDENTITY OF THE BUYER
Any successful bidder must give his name and address by presenting an identity document for the proper keeping of the minutes.
The lots will only be delivered to the purchaser after full payment of the price, fees and taxes. In case of payment by uncertified cheque, the delivery of the items may be deferred until the final payment is received. The awarded lots will remain at the risk, costs and perils of the successful bidders, as soon as the auction is pronounced, even if their delivery would not take place.
WITHDRAWAL OF THE PURCHASES - EXPEDITION OF THE LOTS
The purchases are to be withdrawn on the spot on the evening of the sale or in the ten following days (opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm). Beyond this time, a storage fee of 10€ per day will be charged. In all cases, the objects are under your full responsibility and we decline all responsibility in case of loss or damage during transport or storage on our premises.
No lot will be shipped by the Study. For shipping, please contact directly the company Mail Boxes Etc. Orléans for a quotation request (firstname.lastname@example.org - 1 boulevard de Châteaudun - 45000 ORLEANS Telephone: +33 (0)2 38 75 95 93 - Website: www.mbeorleans.fr). Contact : Armélinda / Nicolas.
In accordance with the law, the indications given in the catalogue, taking into account the rectifications announced at the time of the sale and recorded in the sale minutes, engage the responsibility of the Auctioneer as well as that of the possible experts who described the lot. The limitation period for civil liability actions brought at the time of voluntary sales is five years from the date of the auction. The objects are sold as they are.
As the prior exhibition of the sale has allowed the buyers to examine the objects presented, no claim will be admitted once the auction has been pronounced. The dimensions and weight are given as an indication, as well as indications on the existence of a restoration or a defect. The absence of any indication of restoration or defect does not guarantee that the property is free of it. Conversely, the mention of some defects does not imply the absence of any other defect. The reproductions in the catalogue are as faithful as possible to reality but do not have contractual value, the proportion of the objects may not be respected and a difference in tones or colours being possible.
From the time of the auction, the object is under the entire responsibility of the successful bidder. The purchaser is responsible for insuring his acquisitions himself. The Auctioneer declines all responsibility for any damage that the purchased item may incur, and this as soon as the auction has been pronounced.
DEFAULT OF PAYMENT
In the event of non-payment by the successful bidder, after formal notice has remained unsuccessful, the seller may, within three months following the sale, opt to put the item back up for sale on the basis of an irresponsible bid by the defaulting bidder, or to cancel the sale by operation of law. In the event of resale, the defaulting bi