Welcome to Beloit Auction! The following terms and conditions apply to this auction. (1.) You must be registered in order to bid. (2.) All property sold “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” and “WITH ALL FAULTS.” All property is being offered and sold in its AS IS/WHERE IS condition at the time of the auction, WITH ALL FAULTS, including any hidden defects of any nature. Neither Auctioneer nor Seller makes any representations, warranties, or guarantees whatsoever, express or implied, regarding the nature, value, source, authenticity, fitness, merchantability, and/or any other aspect or characteristics of such property. No statement anywhere, whether express or implied, including verbal statements made by Auctioneer or their staff, will be deemed a warranty or representation by the Auctioneer or Seller. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, there are no warranties of non-infringement, authenticity, origin, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose, all of which are expressly disclaimed. You acknowledge and agree that you cannot rely, and have not relied, on any representation, warranty, or guaranty made by Auctioneer or their staff or the Seller, or anyone acting as agent of the Seller, orally or in writing. You acknowledge and agree that you were given the opportunity to inspect any lot(s) in person. You further acknowledge and agree that any photographs or other images of lot(s) are also adequate for your purposes, and that you have had a full and fair opportunity to ask questions of the Auctioneer, and to conduct any and all due diligence deemed by you to be necessary or appropriate. You acknowledge and agree that all sales are final with no refunds or returns. (3.) As a winning bidder, you will pay Beloit Auction the amount of your winning bid(s) plus a 15% buyer's fee but you will not see any sales tax charged on your invoice for vehicle purchases. This invoice must be paid for with cash or certified funds by 12:00PM Noon on Saturday, May 23, 2020 or you will forfeit all ownership rights to those items and they can be resold to another buyer. Once paid, you will receive an invoice marked "Paid in Full." At that point, you will also be given the dealer's name and phone number to contact to set up a time to complete/receive paperwork and arrange pickup of the vehicle(s). Any additional fees, including sales tax if required, will need to be paid for separately at the dealer's office in cash. These fees will vary depending on where you are located and which vehicle(s) you purchase. There will be a $60 service fee to the dealer for the processing of paperwork regardless of which vehicle(s) you purchase. If you are from Wisconsin, you will pay 5.5% sales tax to the dealer. The title will cost you $164.50. In Wisconsin, there is also a wheel tax fee which is approximately $30 per vehicle (it's county dependent), and the license plate fee is $85. If you are just buying the vehicle for parts and and don't want a title you will just receive a bill of sale. All vehicles must be completely paid for, paperwork processed, and picked up by Thursday, May 28, 2020. (4.) There is no shipping on this auction. (5.) If for any reason payment is not made on your invoice, your account will be suspended, and you will be blocked from bidding. To reinstate your account, full payment for your outstanding invoice and a $20 service charge must be paid by cash or debit card. (6.) All items must be paid for and picked up by 12:00 PM Noon on the Saturday following the auction. Unless you have made specific and approved arrangements with Beloit Auction prior to the auction ending, items not picked up by the specific time listed will be considered forfeited and may be resold or discarded at Beloit Auction's discretion. If you have questions, call before you bid on any items. (7.) Anyone caught tampering with tags, merchandise or shoplifting will be prosecuted to the fullest extent possible. (8.) Beloit Auction will not be held responsible for any inconsistencies in description announced or printed, therefore buyers are responsible for inspecting all items and deciding for themselves if the item they have seen is what they want to buy. (9.) According to Federal Uniform Commercial Code (UCC 2-238) At the closing of each auction item there is a legal binding contract for the purchase of the item. The buyer shall be responsible for safeguarding their purchased items from the public such as during the pick-up time. Beloit Auction recommends scheduling to be on site as quickly as possible to pick up your purchases. (10.) When you arrive at your scheduled pickup time, please call our office at 608-364-1965. Your purchase(s) will be brought out to you. Buyers are responsible for the additional moving, packing, boxing, and loading of all items purchased. This means providing your own vehicle, packing materials, boxes, bags, and labor/help to load your own vehicle. Beloit Auction cannot provide or insure assistance for loading of your items. (11.) Beloit Auction staff reserve the right to bid on and purchase merchandise. (12.) All our online only auctions are conducted using staggered closing times. That means every minute a select number of lots will close. The closing of an item means it is a scheduled time that bidding should end on that lot. (13.) All our online only auctions are conducted using a soft close. This means even if an item is scheduled to close at a particular time, if someone places a bid in the last two minutes, two minutes will be added to the scheduled close time for that particular lot. The time extension will continue to occur every time a bid is placed until there are at least two minutes with no additional bids. (14.) Auctioneer cannot, and will not, be held responsible for any interruption in service, errors, and/or omissions, caused by any means and does not guarantee continual, uninterrupted or error free service or use of the Site. Bidder acknowledges that this auction is conducted electronically and relies on hardware and software that may malfunction without warning. The Auctioneer, in its sole discretion, may void any sale, temporarily suspend bidding and re-sell any item/lots that were affected by any malfunction. The decision of the Auctioneer is final.