QUALIFICATIONS TO BID
All bidders must be in possession of a $25,000 cashier’s check made payable to “Shapiro Crowland” to register. The $25,000 check will be turned over to the auctioneer at registration. Only bidders in possession of these funds will be allowed to participate. The balance of a 10% deposit will be required at the time of successful bid via personal check.
10% Buyer Premium applies at this auction.
Closing must take place within 30 days of auction (time is of the essence).
ATTORNEY REVIEW & CONTINGENCIES
The high bidder shall promptly sign the Auction Sale Agreement at conclusion of bidding. There is no attorney review period and this document is posted on the auctioneer's website well in advance of the auction. Bids may not be subject to financing, due diligence, zoning, environmental or any other contingency of any kind except the entry of an order approving the Sale pursuant to sections 363(b), (f) and (m) of the Bankruptcy Code and the delivery of insurable title to the buyer free and clear on any liens or encumbrances.
DEFAULT OR BREACH OF CONTRACT
Seller reserves the right to resell (buyer forfeiting deposit) the property should the high bidder not close within 30 days. In the event of a resale, the original high bidder will be responsible for any deficiency in sale price together with any incurred marketing and administrative costs.
ALL BIDS ARE BINDING
The second highest bidder’s $25,000 deposit check will be held, by the auctioneer, no longer than 7 days. In the event the high bidder does not post the required balance of a 10% deposit within 24 hours of the auction, the second highest bidder being bound to their bid, will be obligated to close at their bid price.
CONDITION OF TITLE
This property is being sold “As-Is, Where- Is” with no contingencies (including but not limited to environmental & obtaining financing). The property is being sold “Free & Clear” of all liens & taxes. The auctioneer, trustee and attorneys make no representations of any kind regarding the subject property. All bidders are bidding based upon their own due diligence. It is recommended that bidders consult with an attorney in advance of auction to review these bidding procedures and the Asset Purchase Agreement.
Any creditor with a claim secured by the Property shall have the right to credit bid for the Property and shall be a qualified bidder without the posting of a deposit.
PLEASE NOTE: WHILE INFORMATION PUBLISHED IN BROCHURE, NEWSPAPER ADS & OTHER PRINTED HANDOUTS WAS OBTAINED FROM SOURCES BELIEVED TO BE RELIABLE THE AUCTIONEERS, TRUSTEE & ATTORNEYS ARE NOT GUARANTEEING THIS INFORMATION. SALE IS BASED SOLELY ON BIDDERS RESEARCH, INSPECTION & DUE DILEGENCE. AUCTIONEER IS NOT BOUND FOR ANY ACTIONS OR STATEMENTS MADE BY ANY PERSON OTHER THAN HIMSELF.