Buyers Information

Please note: This information is prepared as a guide only for intending auction participants and some specific aspects covered may vary depending on the auction. If you have any queries in relation to the above please contact our staff at Quaid Auctioneers by email: auctioneers@quaid.com.au or phone (07) 4051 3300.

Welcome

Quaid Auctioneers Auction sales offer an exciting opportunity to purchase a vast range of items at auction prices. We ask that you read on for some important information on our auction service, and answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

Welcome
Auction Registration

How to Create an Account Online @ Quaid Auctioneers www.quaidauctioneers.com.au

Auction Registration

Step 1: Click on the Online Auctions Tab
Step 2: Click on Create Account
Step 3: Enter your Details
Step 4: Agree to Terms & Conditions
Step 5: Click Create Your Account
Step 6: You will receive a confirmation email (check your junk folder)
Step 7: Click on email link to Verify your account
Step 8: Go to www.quaidauctioneers.com.au/onlineauction
Step 9: Login & Start Bidding

If you have any problems, please call the support line
1300 667 153 or 4051 3300

Note: You only need to create an account once, if you have already created an account previously, simply just login once the auction goes live.

Auction Registration
Bidding

When you wish to bid, signal in an obvious way to the auctioneer. Holding up your buyer’s number is the most visible and reliable method. If you wish to cease bidding indicate again in a definite manner, i.e. Shake your head. Quaid Auctioneers employ experienced auctioneers who can differentiate between voluntary and unconscious movements. If your bid is successful hold up your buyer’s number so that the auctioneer can read it clearly and record your purchase.

Bidding
Absentee Bidding

Quaid Auctioneers provide an Absentee Bid Service for all our auctions if you are unable to register through our online platform. Download our absentee bidder form, fill in all your details or come to our viewing day and complete an absentee bid form. All absentee bids must be in prior to 8am on auction day. The auctioneer will bid on your behalf. Successful bidders will be emailed an invoice at the end of the auction. All the standard conditions of sale apply to absentee bids.

Download Absentee Bid Form
Inspection

This is when you can inspect the items for auction and assess the condition, value and quality to determine their benefit and auction value. Failure to inspect items may lead to disappointment, so we recommend you take advantage of this service. Inspection is 9am---6pm the day prior to the auction, no site access on auction day.

Inspection
Payment of Accounts

All invoices will be emailed out at the end of the auction, unless you call the office and request otherwise. All payments are to be made by close of business Thursday the day following the auction. Payment method can be made by Cash, EFTPOS, Master Card or Visa Only. Your paid tax invoice must be presented to one of our staff members for collection. All payments are to be made on the day following the auction.

Payments can also be made by Direct Transfer into Quaid Real Estate Trust Account (see bank details below), once you have completed your direct transfer, please email the receipt to auctioneers@quaid.com.au.

Account Details:

Quaid Real Estate Trust Account
ANZ BANK
Account No.: 381839175
BSB No.: 014734

If you have made arrangements with couriers to remove your items, you must ensure they have a copy of your paid receipt.

Catalogues

Catalogues for each of our auctions are usually available the day before the Auction is scheduled. Catalogues for our auctions are also available from our web-site www.quaidauctioneers.com.au. Just follow the prompts to the Auctions, Catalogue then click on the download catalogue button.

Auction Catalogue
Multiple Items

If a lot has more than one item listed, the lot is sold on a per-each basis with the highest bidder for that lot usually given the option to take one or more at that bid price, the under bidders then have the opportunity to purchase the items at the same bid price. Underbidders will generally be given the first opportunity to purchase the remaining lots, so if you do not bid you may miss out.

Multiple Items
Collection of Items

All items must be collected Thursday & Friday 8.30 to 4pm following the auction, forklift will be available during these times to help with loading.

Buyer’s Premium

This is a commission paid on the knockdown price of any lot purchased and forms part of our fee for conducting the auction. The premium is added to your invoice but shown separately.

Passed in/Suspended Items

Should you have an item or items that have been passed into you throughout the auction, please call our office on 4051 3300 and quote the lot number that you are interested in so they can assist you in purchasing.

Referred Bids

If bidding does not reach the value the vendor is seeking, the auctioneer may refer the highest bid. Should your bid be referred please check at the auction office to see if your bid was successful.

Referred Bids
Forthcoming Auctions

All forthcoming auctions are listed on our web site: www.quaidauctioneers.com.au.

Goods and Services Tax (GST)

The online catalogue and advertisements for each auction clearly state the auction is being held on GST inclusive basis in that GST is included in the bid price, where applicable and is dependent on whether vendors are registered for GST. Inclusive auctions include GST in the knockdown price. The GST component of your purchase is clearly identified on your Quaid Auctioneers Tax Invoice.

Occupational Health & Safety Obligations
  1. The legislation imposes obligations, such as providing and maintaining a safe work environment and preventing exposure to and protection from hazards on persons who use or operate plant in a workplace and on employers whose employees use or operate plant. If the buyer intends to use plant purchased at this auction, at a workplace then it is the responsibility of the Buyer to inform themselves of these obligations.
  2. Unless otherwise stated the plant sold at this auction has not been assessed or inspected by a competent person and it may or may not be affected by faults or defects, which make it unsafe for use. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure assessment and inspection by a competent person.
  3. The Buyer is warned that items not previously assessed or inspected by a competent person may be suitable for scrap or spare parts only.
  4. The Legislation requires that owners of plant maintain safety and health information and records. The Auctioneers will pass on to the buyer all information made available to them by the owner, but the auctioneer does not warrant that the information and records are complete and accurate. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to familiarise themselves with all relevant information and records.