CONDITIONS OF SALE
The sale will be made expressly in cash: the successful bidder undertakes to pay personally and immediately the price of the adudication
as well as the following sales costs and taxes: 27% including VAT and for books 23.74% including VAT.
VAT at the current rate is due in addition.
Lots marked "t" will be recorded in the minutes of the SCP Rémy Le Fur: Buyer's fees: 14.40% VAT included
For lots outside the EEC (indicated by v in the catalogue), import VAT (5.5% of the hammer price) must be added.
VAT on commission and import VAT can be passed on to the buyer on presentation of proof of export from the EEC.
In case of purchase via the DrouotLive website, a fee of 1.20% VAT will be added to the above-mentioned fees.
In the event of payment by credit card, in particular UnionPay, any bank charges shall be borne by the buyer.
Means of payment :
- cash (on presentation of an identity document):
Up to €1,000 including taxes when the debtor is domiciled for tax purposes in France or is acting for the purposes of a professional activity.
Up to €15,000 including fees and taxes when the debtor can prove that he is not a tax resident in France and is not acting for the purposes of a
- bank transfer,
- credit cards (visa and mastercard).
In the event of payment by cheque or bank transfer, the collection of the items will be deferred until they have been cashed. In this case, AuctionArt reserves
the right to charge storage, transport and handling fees.
A prior exhibition will allow the buyers to see the condition of the objects on sale, and no claims will be accepted once the
once the auction has been announced. The information given in the catalogue is the responsibility of the Auctioneer
The information in the catalogue is the responsibility of the authorised auctioneer, taking into account the corrections announced at the time of the sale and recorded in the sale report.
Dimensions, weights and estimates are given as an indication only and do not constitute any guarantee.
Re-canvassing, parquetry or lining are considered as a conservatory measure and not as a defect.
Condition reports are available to those who request them during the exhibition.
From the moment of the auction, the object will be under the full responsibility of the buyer who will be responsible for insuring his acquisitions.
AuctionArt declines all responsibility for any damage that the object may incur, as soon as the auction is over.
The order of the catalogue will be followed. AuctionArt reserves the right to leave furniture and large items in the Hôtel Drouot warehouse.
The successful bidder of a lot covered by the CITES convention authorizes the auction house to complete the declaratory formalities on his behalf.
The sale of a work of art does not confer on its owner the right to reproduce it.
DEFAULT OF PAYMENT
In the event of non-payment of the amount of the auction and the costs, a formal notice will be sent to the buyer by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt
with acknowledgement of receipt at the buyer's expense.
At the end of the one month period following this formal notice and in the absence of payment of the amount due, a fine will be levied on the buyer to cover the costs of collection.
an additional fee of 10% of the hammer price, with a minimum of 25 €.
The application of this cause does not prevent the allocation of damages and costs of the procedure which would be necessary,
and does not prejudge the possible implementation of the "folle-enchère" procedure.
Irresponsible bidding: in the absence of payment by the successful bidder, after formal notice has remained unsuccessful, the property is put back on sale at the request of
of the seller on the basis of an irresponsible bid by the defaulting bidder: if the seller does not make this request within one month of the auction, the sale
If the seller does not make this request within one month of the auction, the sale is automatically cancelled, without prejudice to any damages. Interest due by the defaulting buyer.
PURCHASE ORDERS & TELEPHONE BIDS
AuctionArt will act on behalf of the bidder to try to buy the lot(s) in the best possible conditions
and in no case exceeding the maximum amount set.
Please note that AuctionArt executes purchase orders in writing and by telephone as an additional service to its clients,
at no extra cost and at the risk of the prospective bidder.
AuctionArt undertakes to execute orders subject to other obligations during the sale. AuctionArt will not be responsible for
AuctionArt will not be liable for any errors or omissions in the execution of orders received, including in case of fault.
Purchase orders and telephone bids must be received in writing no later than 24 hours before the auction.
In order to guarantee your order, it is advisable to provide us with a bank statement, your bank details, with the telephone number of your bank and the name of the person in charge of your bank.
of your bank and the name of the person in charge of your account, a blank cheque made out to AuctionArt or your credit card number via the attached form.
the attached form.
The information collected on the registration forms is compulsory to participate in the sale and then to take into account
and management of the auction.
You can find out about your personal data and have it corrected, or oppose their further processing for legitimate reasons,
by sending a written request accompanied by a copy of your identity card to the auction operator by post or by email.
The voluntary sales operator is a member of the Central Register of Preventative Auctions.