The auction world has a reputation for having a lot of rules, and that reputation is not always accurate.
We want to keep things simple for the uninitiated.
Here are some of the most common rules that can cause a car to go missing, and how to get the vehicle back.
When can you sell a car?
It’s best to wait until the auction has closed.
If it is not auction day, then you can sell the car at a later date if it is of value.
If you want to sell the vehicle, then contact the auctioneer at the auction site and request a transfer.
There is no fee for a transfer and there is no obligation to keep the vehicle.
You can also arrange for a loaner to be given the vehicle to sell at auction.
How to transfer a car: If you are not a registered auctioneer, then the only way to transfer your car is to transfer the title to a registered bidder, such as the auctioneers or a bank.
You will need to provide a bank or a registered buyer with a bank transfer voucher that you will use to pay the bank or auctioneer for the transfer.
The voucher will be a receipt from the auction or the bank that shows the name and address of the buyer, as well as the amount of the transaction.
If the buyer has not provided a bank account number, the bank will issue you a bank statement with the amount transferred.
The bank or bank will also give you an itemized list of the items that you are transferring, as per the bank transfer rules.
If there are any outstanding bank charges on the transaction, the auction house will refund the outstanding charges.
If all the items are in the bank, the itemized statement will show that you paid for the items with a credit card.
If items are not listed on the bank statement, the credit card account number will be left blank.
What happens if the auction is cancelled?
If the auction cannot go ahead, you may not be able to sell your car or the items on it at the sale.
If this happens, you will need the auction to be rescheduled and the vehicle returned to you.
You may be required to pay any court costs.
The auctioneer may charge you additional fees to get your car back.
If any of the auction items are missing, the police may ask for the auction’s keys, the owner’s registration certificate, a police report or a court order.
Can I get a refund?
The auction house can issue a refund to a buyer who does not pay the seller’s charges, if the buyer pays the seller within seven days of the sale, the sale is cancelled and the car is returned to the buyer.
If payment is not made within that period, the car will be sold to a third party and the seller will be responsible for any court and/or bank charges that may be incurred.
The seller may also be liable for any legal costs.
How do I get my car back?
The seller will have the right to request that the car be returned to them for rescheduling.
If they wish to have it returned, they must make the request in writing within two weeks of the day on which the auction closed.
How long does it take to get my vehicle back?
When your car has been sold at an auction, the seller may choose to have the vehicle reschedulable by contacting the auction company.
You must give the auctionhouse the original auction receipt or a copy of the invoice, which can be obtained from the seller by contacting their office or contacting them at the address given in the receipt.
The buyer should keep the receipt and the invoice with them at all times while they are at the car sale.
Once the auction closes, the buyer must give a copy to the auction firm.
They may choose whether to accept the reschedulation request at their own expense, or to pay for the reschedule.
How much does it cost to rescheat a car at an auto auction?
There are two types of reschedules: A reschematic or rescheduler.
This means that the seller is the buyer of the car, and the auction, or a licensed dealer, is the seller.
This rescheme is usually more expensive, but you may be able a refund.
For example, if your car was sold at a car show in Victoria, the resschedule could cost you between $150 and $500.
If your car’s original title is held by an insurance company, you could receive a refund for the amount you paid to the insurance company.
If an auctioneer has agreed to reschedule your car, they will pay the original buyer a reschemet.
However, theres a catch.
Theres a penalty of up to $50,000 for any person who reschemes your car at auction, and you can also lose your car if you dont pay the reschmatic.
If reschedular your car on the day you paid it to the