MCD Auctions act in their auctions as agents only and neither they, their employees, nor agents can be held responsible for any default by either buyer or seller.
In order to receive a Bidders Number for bidding at an MCD on-line auction you must register at
www.mcdauctions.auctionevo.co.uk and provide details including your address, landline & mobile telephone numbers and a valid email address. MCD reserve the right to ask overseas bidders, or bidders who have not previously purchased at an MCD auction, to pay a deposit before being permitted to bid. This deposit will be refunded after the auction.
In the event of a bid being received within 10 minutes of the scheduled closing time, the bidding period on that lot will automatically extend by 10 minutes and for a further 10 minutes for any subsequent bid received thereafter. When bidding, remember to ‘REFRESH’ your PC screen to ensure you are aware of updated bids. Remember to verify that the reserve has been met before assuming you are successful in buying a lot.
In common with most on-line auctions the online catalogue may be updated regularly until the sale day. All lots are sold as seen, untested and without any warranties whatsoever, either express or implied. All lots are put up for sale on a sold as seen basis subject to any reserve price placed by the vendors who may bid for any lots and may withdraw any lots either personally or through MCD. Vendors occasionally lower reserve prices whilst the auction is in progress. Viewing & testing is provided for prospective buyers to satisfy themselves about the condition of any lots comprised in the auction. Viewing is at MCD's office and is by appointment and can be arranged by telephone or email. The purchaser shall be deemed to have inspected the lot(s) he buys, or if purchased without previous inspection, it is understood to be at his own risk. Any description contained in the catalogue or any warranty which may be given is the sole responsibility of the seller and MCD shall incur no liability to any person in respect thereof. Although no form of warranty is given with any lot, MCD will use their best endeavours to provide the history of any item. Test facilities will be made available during the hours of viewing and where engineers reports are available, these will be displayed. MCD recommend that buyers examine lots prior to bidding as no refunds can be given after the sale.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act, software and data may be removed from systems and is not part of the sale unless specified, whereby the buyer would need to obtain the appropriate licence from the software providers prior to use.
All lots sold are subject to a 13% buyers commission and VAT on the hammer price. All lots are subject to the addition of VAT.
MCD reserves the right to reject bidders at any time even if previously approved to bid. MCD aims to notify successful bidders within 2-3 working days of the end of the auction. Purchased lots are the responsibility of the buyer from the moment the lot is shown as sold and MCD shall be under no liability for subsequent loss or damage, however caused. In the event of a third party proving to have title or right to custody or possession of any lot the vendor may rescind the contract of sale and upon return of any deposit or purchase monies to the buyer, neither the vendor nor MCD shall be under any further liability to the buyer.