1. Seller will be held responsible for the accuracy of any representations (verbal or written) made by seller or auctioneer at the time of sale. This includes year, model, mileage, announced conditions, and the corresponding lights under which the vehicle is being sold. The seller agrees to notify auction personnel of his/her inability to participate, in person, to represent their vehicles
2. Mileage announcements are not required on vehicles deemed exempt from Federal/State Odometer and Title disclosure laws unless a mileage discrepancy is known or apparent to the seller. The seller may represent miles on exempt vehicles – any statement made by the Seller and all known odometer discrepancies are grounds for arbitration.
3. Title discrepancies must be announced including, but not limited to, salvage, rebuilt, not actual miles, odometer replacements, flood/fire history and Lemon Law Buybacks.
4. The Seller is responsible for reimbursement of all reasonable documented expenses incurred by the Buyer on vehicles arbitrated for unannounced conditions. Expense reimbursements will be at the sole discretion of the Auction and will, at times be limited.
5. All titles submitted must be in the Seller’s name. It is the Seller’s responsibility to ensure that a sold vehicle’s title is negotiable and that the title is clear of all liens and encumbrances.
6. Seller has the responsibility to produce a negotiable title to Auction within a maximum of 30 days of the date of sale [sale day is day one (1)], on vehicles sold as Title Delay (no title present at time of sale).
7. Upon transfer and delivery of acceptable title to Auction, TAA will pay seller for vehicle, by Auction check, less sale fee and any other amounts owed by the seller.
**The Auction reserves the right to offset any unpaid charges, fees, or monies owed against any sale proceeds.