Getting Started

Welcome to Liquidatorz Auction

There are many auction sites around the web, we have designed our site to be extremely user-friendly. You don’t understand something? No problem simply send us an email or call us and one of our reps will be happy to serve you. Our goal is to serve both the seller and buyer to get great value. We do this by offering you excellent quality equipment. While all goods are sold under typical auction guidelines “As is where is”, we do our best to take pictures that show the complete unit. This way you can feel comfortable basing your buying decision on good quality pictures. If you still need more info, well we do offer live viewing of or auctions so you can physically examine your pieces you wish to bid on.

Easy Registration: Simply click on the  button on the main page and it will walk you through the registration process. You will need to simply create a username, password and fill in your credit card details.

The Purchasing Process


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1. Registration Inspection

You can choose to inspect goods over the internet or come by one of our live viewings. We typically set aside the day prior to the auction for live viewing from 10-4 P.M. Once you like what you see, you click on registration and you either set up an account or if you have an account already, you simply log in and start to bid on the items you like.

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2. Bidding

After you have registered, you can start to bid on the lots you like. Simply enter your max bid and the software program will increase your bid only when you have been outbid. Really want the item but have been outbid on your max dollar bid, you can simply enter your bids on the auction screen bid by bid and battle it out with your competitor.

a) “Not complete saving?” Need bids entered. Simply come by our office and we will have staff here on auction day to assist with bidding.

b) “Out of town and need help bidding” – No problem. Simply send us or tell us your location we will bid for you

c) Multiple lots and X the money: You will see multiple items grouped in a lot and that will be sold as one value.

If you notice X the money, that means it will be a multiple of how many items X the money there are. Example 10X the money would be 10X the dollar value and you are bidding on all ten items.

a) Once time has run out on the clock. Bidding is over.

b) If you have won an item, you will be notified by email. If the lot says “closed”, bidding is over for that item. You also will be notified by email when you are outbid

c) Terms and conditions sometimes change by auction. If there is a change it will be noted on the registration page.

d) Bidding strategies: Look and inspect the items for sale will give you a better appreciation of the value, another important strategy is using the max bid feature. Let the software do your bidding simply enter your max amount. Many times bidders will leave things for the end when many lots are closing and end up losing an item due to them being overwhelmed.

e) You can view all my bids won by the panel at the top of the screen

f) Remember you are accountable for all bids submitted so please bid accordingly. In the case of a mistake, all bids will be reviewed by our staff.

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3. Payment Process

Payment is processed through Visa or Mastercard, once the auction is over, you will be charged for the entire auction purchase. Please ensure that you have the funds available.

a) If you run out of funds on a credit card, you can call our office to arrange a bank draft or cash payment.

b) Please note that a standard auction fee of 18% will be charged to all purchases. Referred to as a Buyer Premium.

c) Should you continue to bid and payment is always an issue, the office will review your status and you could be blocked from registering from upcoming auctions.

d) If you bid on an item and you are having buyers remorse, well please remember that bidding is a binding contract and the product is yours. Once you have gained a high bid you cannot back out because it affects the bidding on various buyers. Please remember we mainly auction for consignors, so it does not only impact other buyers but also the consignors and auction staff.

e) All purchases will be charged a sales tax.

f) If your credit card did not process the amount that you bid upon. Please note that bidders will be notified immediately. Should the amount not process after notification, the account will be suspended. If the account is in arrear, then the office will have the option of reselling, storing or abandoning at the buyer’s expense. The buyer agrees to pay all legal, collection and transportation costs associated with the delinquency or abandoned account.

g) Standard auction roles and regulations such as all goods are being sold on an as-is-where-is basis and no warranties are expressed or implied. All sales are final and binding. Please inspect all goods thoroughly and ask questions on viewing day. We are here to assist you with your purchase.

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4. Removal

a) All goods must be picked up at the specific location noted in the auction flyer. Goods must be picked up within the specific hours noted for that auction. There can be no delays. Should you need assistance, please call our office and we can refer movers who can assist you at a cost.

b) The buyer must have the proper moving equipment, tools or technicians to disengage and move the equipment. This is especially true in on-location sales.

c) Upon completion of the sales, any goods left behind after removal hours will be considered abandoned. Clients are concerned that their unit is empty for on-location sales thus buyer will be charged a disposal fee. There will be absolutely no credit or refunds given to the abandoned items.

d) Buyers must bring appropriate help and moving equipment, especially for on-location sales. There will be no personal room for the liquidatorz Team to assist in location. You may need professional movers to disassemble and move your equipment. We can always refer movers for you.

e) The buyer is responsible for safety and damage incurred while in the removal process on an onsite auction. Any damage incurred must be repaired to the satisfaction of the property owner, any damage to equipment purchased is the responsibility of the purchaser and is a final sale.

f) Should there be a discrepancy between the product description and the picture. Please contact our office and we will revise it.

Termination Policy


We are pleased that you have chosen for your auction needs. Out of Consideration for our sellers and the majority of buyers that take these responsibilities seriously, we will terminate a buyer’s bidding privileges after two infractions.

First Occurrence: If a buyer does uphold their responsibilities throughout the auction process we will suspend bidding privileges until one of our office staff able to speak with the buyer and resolve the issue.

Final Occurrence: If a buyer does not uphold their responsibilities throughout the auction process again we will terminate all subsequent bidding privileges.


We are serious about providing the best possible service to both our buyers and sellers and as a result, we must remain vigilant about these practices to ensure the complicated process of online auctions runs as smoothly as possible.

We all work hard to bring the customers and sellers the values they deserve

As a result, we must be stringent on our policies which enable us to run all facets of the business in synchronicity

This means:

  • Picking up items during specified removal times and only during specified removal times
  • Bringing all tools, people, and resources to safely disassemble and remove items
  • Bidding only on those items you are serious about winning
  • Following through on auction purchases
  • Understanding that your credit card will be charged immediately following the close of an event

Embracing these responsibilities helps us continue to enhance the overall experience for all of our bidders.

Terms and Conditions of Sale


These are the Terms and Conditions of Sale for this online auction. They consist of this introduction and thirty-one numbered paragraphs that outline the relationship between you (“the Bidder”), the operator of this website (identified above as the “Auction Host”), and the party coordinating the logistics of this online auction (identified above as the “Auction Manager”). The Auction Manager and the Auction Host are together referred to in these Terms and Conditions as “the Auctioneer,” and any reference to action that may be taken with respect to the Auctioneer may be taken with respect to the Auction Host or Auction Manager separately or collectively. Throughout these Terms and Conditions, the terms “Auctioneer,” “we,” “us,” and “our” will refer to the Auctioneer, and the terms “you” and “your” will refer to the Bidder.

If you want to bid in this online auction, you will first have to certify that you have read, understood, and agreed to these Terms and Conditions. Such certification will function as your legal and binding electronic signature. If you choose to make this certification, these Terms and Conditions will become binding both on you and on the Auctioneer, and all parties will be expected to abide by the Terms and Conditions if any issues arise in connection with this sale.

Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully! They contain important information about the online auction itself and your rights and responsibilities as a bidder.

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Terms and Conditions

1. Registration: To gain access to the Auctioneer’s bidding system, you will need to register. You must be eighteen years old or older to register. You agree that all information that you provide during the registration process will be true and accurate. You may be banned from participation in the Auctioneer’s auctions indefinitely should you provide any false information during the registration process.

2. Applying for Tax-Exempt Status: Some bidders may be exempt from payment of applicable taxes. If you wish to apply for tax-exempt status, you must submit a completed copy of your tax-exempt certificate prior to this auction’s closing. Please note that you must declare that you are tax exempt when registering for the auction. If you do not follow the procedures discussed in this paragraph, the Auctioneer will be unable to consider identifying you as exempt from taxation, and you will have to apply directly to the applicable provincial or federal entity for a refund.

3. Deposit: In order for the Auctioneer to process your winning bid, we must have a working Visa or MasterCard associated with your account.

(a) If you associate a credit card with your account: After you have registered for this online auction, the Auctioneer will authorize the credit card you have placed on file for $1.00. This $1.00 deposit is not a charge, only an authorization hold; if you decide not to make any bids during this auction, or if none of your bids are successful, the Auctioneer will not take any money from your account, and the authorization hold on your $1.00 will be lifted in accordance with the procedures of your credit card provider and/or banking institution. If you fail to provide full payment for your purchases, the $1.00 authorization hold will be captured and applied toward your outstanding balance.

(b) If you associate a debit card with your account: After you have registered for this online auction, the Auctioneer will charge your debit card for the amount of $1.00. If you decide not to make any bids during this auction, or if none of your bids are successful, this $1.00 will be refunded to your account.

4. Bidder’s Duty to Update Information: Whether you are a new or returning bidder, you agree that if any of the information associated with your bidder number – including contact information and credit card information – changes at any time prior to, during, or after this sale, you will notify the Auctioneer of the change by updating your bidder profile.

5. Conduct of Sale: All deposits, bids, credits, and fees in this sale will be made and charged in Canadian Dollars. You agree not to take any action or use any hardware, software, program, or system that would interfere with the orderly conduct of this sale. You further agree not to copy, reproduce, or publicly display any content from the Auctioneer’s website without first obtaining written permission from the Auctioneer.

6. Bidder’s Duty to Inspect and Investigate: You acknowledge that the Auction Manager may provide you with the opportunity to inspect the items being offered for sale in this auction. The Auctioneer strongly encourages you to attend the scheduled inspection for this auction, if any, which will take place on the date listed above. If an inspection for this auction is scheduled and you choose not to attend the scheduled inspection or are in doubt about the condition, completeness, or suitability of a given item, please bid accordingly. In the event you are given an opportunity to inspect the items being offered for sale in this auction, you acknowledge and agree that, by bidding on a given item, you have had a full and fair opportunity to inspect such item, and that you are relying solely on, or that you have waived, such inspection and investigation (a) in determining whether to bid, (b) in determining the amount of a bid, and (c) in bidding.

7. Photographs and Descriptions: The Auction Manager regularly posts item descriptions and photographs to aid bidders in the bidding process, and will make every effort to ensure that the descriptions and photographs that we post accurately represent the items being offered for sale. In some photographs, multiple items may appear to be joined as a single unit, however, you should not assume that a lot consists of more than one item simply because various items appear connected or are featured in the same photograph. Also understand that, on occasion, the wrong photograph may be displayed for a given item. At all times, you are bidding on items as they are described, not as they appear in any photograph.

8. CHOOSE WISELY: We want everyone to get a good deal and most will. However, when you bid on the wrong item or decide an item is not suited for your intended use, our clients will not assume the cost of your mistakes. You agree that your failure to inspect or otherwise become fully informed about the items offered for sale in this auction will not be grounds for a refusal to pay amounts due, nor for any claim against the Auctioneer. You acknowledge and agree that you may not withdraw or retract any bid made by you that has been acknowledged by Auctioneer or that has been submitted online through your account.


10. Reporting Bidding Errors: You should refresh your browser often to view the most up-to-date bid information, and should carefully review every bid you choose to make before submitting that bid. The Auctioneer will not automatically assume that any bid – even a bid that increases your own, lower bid – was made in error. Many bidders routinely increase their own bids to price an item out of the reach of other bidders. You understand and agree that you will be held responsible for having made all bids that are made using your account information ‒ even when such bids are made in error. If you mistakenly increase your own bid at any time during the auction or make some other bidding error (e.g. placing your bidder number in the price field), you must immediately contact the Auctioneer Reports of bidding errors must be made via the; phone or email reports will not be accommodated. In every event, you are responsible for bids submitted using your account and bidder number, including any bids made in error.

11. Timeliness of Bidding Error Reports: If you make a bidding error during this auction, you must identify and report the error before the auction begins to close. The Auctioneer has no obligation to undo bidding errors reported after the auction has begun to close.

12. Bidder’s Duty to Report Fraud: You are responsible for all bids made from your account. If you believe that an unauthorized person has gained access to your account, you must notify the Auctioneer You must also report the incident to the relevant law enforcement authorities and send the Auctioneer a copy of any resulting police report. You understand and agree that if you do not promptly report any suspected fraud to the Auctioneer and to the relevant law enforcement authorities, you will be held personally responsible for all purchases made using your account and bidder number.

13. Changes in Circumstance: All aspects of this auction are subject to change without notice. The Auctioneer reserves the right to – at any time and in the Auctioneer’s sole and absolute discretion – (a) add or remove items from the auction, (b) split or combine lots, (c) add minimum bids or reserve prices, (d) cancel, suspend, extend, or reschedule the sale of an individual item, lot, auction, and/or auction event, (e) make changes to the auction’s closing, inspection, or removal times, (f) reopen the bidding in its sole and absolute discretion, or (g) take any other action the Auctioneer deems necessary to effect the fair conduct of this sale or protection of buyers’, sellers’, or other parties’ interests. In the event a seller withdraws an item from this auction prior to the close of the auction, the Auctioneer may leave the item on the catalog and buy the item back on behalf of the seller to establish the Auctioneer’s earned commission and the buyer’s premium due to the Auctioneer from the seller.

14. Closing: The Auctioneer’s online auctions are designed to mimic traditional “live” actions. For this reason, this auction will have a staggered, dynamic closing. You must continuously refresh your browser during the closing process to see the most current activity on your items, both prior to placing your bid and after submitting your bid.

(a) Staggered Closing: This online auction will generally begin to close at a rate of three items per minute, every minute. Items’ closing times will be displayed on the website but may be extended past their scheduled closing time, as a result of the Auctioneer’s dynamic closing feature.

(b) Dynamic Closing: The closing time of an item is generally extended an additional one minute whenever a bid is placed within the one minute leading up to an item’s scheduled closing time.

15. Winning Bids: If you place a bid in this sale, and your bid is determined to be the winning bid, you become obligated to pay for the item that you have won at the price you gave as your bid. All winning bids are subject to certification by the Auctioneer in its sole and absolute discretion.

(a) Notification: If you end up placing one or more winning bids in this auction, the Auctioneer will charge your credit card on file and then send you a Paid Sales Receipt. Invoices are not sent as soon as the auction begins closing; they are generally sent out by the end of the business day on which the auction closes. If the Auctioneer is unsuccessful in charging your credit card on file, you will be sent an e-mail with instructions directing you to update your profile with another credit card that can be charged. If your credit card information has been updated and you still do not receive your Paid Sales Receipt, be sure to check your Spam or Trash e-mail folders. You are solely responsible for checking your e-mail following the close of the auction to determine what items you have won and for bringing the Paid Sales Receipt to the removal with you. If you do not receive an e-mail identifying you as a winning bidder, it is because the Auctioneer has no record of your having placed a winning bid.

(b) Bid Inquiries: If you believe that you placed a winning bid, but do not receive an e-mailed invoice, you must notify the Auctioneer and explain your situation by 9:00 am EST on the day after the auction has closed. You agree that the Auctioneer will be the sole authority regarding the identification of winning bids. Absent clerical errors, Auctioneer’s records will be final and conclusive.

16. Payment: At the conclusion of this auction, the credit card associated with your account will be automatically charged for the full price of your purchases. For this reason, it is imperative that you provide the Auctioneer with a credit card that can bear the weight of all of your purchases at the moment the auction closes. The credit card information associated with your account will be held until auction removal of the last auction in which you participate. You can update your credit card information at any time by going to your account and choosing “Update Credit Card.”

(a) Suspension: You understand and agree that if at the end of this auction, the Auctioneer is twice unable to charge your credit card for the entire amount of your purchases, the Auctioneer may suspend your online bidding privileges indefinitely. The Auctioneer may reinstate suspended accounts in the Auctioneer’s sole and absolute discretion if the suspended bidder remits a $1,000 deposit to be held in escrow for a period of one year.

(b) Chargebacks Prohibited: You agree that you will accept all charges placed on the credit card associated with your account, and you agree that you will not charge back any amount that the Auctioneer charges to your credit card. You agree that this provision applies equally to amounts charged in connection with any items you have won and any costs or fees discussed in Paragraphs 17-21 of these Terms and Conditions.

17. Buyer’s Premium: A 18% buyer’s premium is added to every purchase. This means that if your winning bids add up to $100.00, you will be charged $118.00 plus standard sales tax, at checkout.

18. Sales Tax: Sales tax will be collected on items purchased at this auction. Remember: if you are tax-exempt, you must follow the procedures discussed in Paragraph 2 to apply for tax-exempt status.

19. Default and Resale: You agree that if, after being declared the winning bidder, you fail to pay for any item that you have won for any reason, your account will be declared in default. If you still fail to pay for any item after being notified of your account’s being in default, you agree that the Auctioneer will have the right to immediately resell your item, and you further agree to pay (a) any cost associated with the resale and (b) any deficiency between your original purchase price and the resale price.

20. Picking Up Your Items: You are solely responsible for the safe and timely pick-up and removal of any items you may win at this auction. If you are unable to safely pick up and remove your items during the removal times that have been scheduled for this sale, PLEASE DO NOT BID. The Auctioneer does not ship except when a given item is clearly identified as eligible for shipping, nor does the Auctioneer hold items beyond the published removal times. The Auctioneer reserves the right to use video surveillance onsite during any auction-related event and you hereby consent to such surveillance on behalf of yourself and your agents. When picking up your items, you and/or your agent hereby grant to Auctioneer the right to record your and/or your agent’s image, photograph, likeness, and voice by any technology or means. The Auctioneer is not obligated to issue you a refund if you are unable to pick up and safely remove your items during the published removal times. If a given item is identified as eligible for shipping, please follow the specified instructions to arrange for shipping.

(a) Bidder’s Duty to Remove Items Safely: Again, you are solely responsible for the safe pick-up, removal, and transportation of your items. You agree that the pick-up, removal, and transportation of your items will be solely at your expense and at your risk. You further agree that you will be responsible for any damage that you or any of your agents cause during any preview or removal period, and also agree that the credit card associated with your online account may be charged for any expenses incurred and/or repairs necessary as a result of any damage that you cause.

(b) Release Upon Presentation of Receipt: You understand and agree that the Auction Manager is only obligated to release your items after you or your agent presents a Paid Sales Receipt and satisfactory identification documentation. You further understand and agree that it is your duty to ensure that any agent picking up items on your behalf has a copy of your Paid Sales Receipt to present at the pick-up location. You explicitly authorize the Auction Manager to release your items to any person in possession of your Paid Sales Receipt. No item will be released to any person unless that person presents a Paid Sales Receipt listing the item in question.

(c) Abandonment: You understand and agree that any item that you do not pick up during the published removal times will be considered abandoned. You understand and agree that you will not receive any refund in connection with any item that is considered abandoned and that you will be charged a reasonable fee for the storage, removal, and/or disposal of any such item. If an item is considered abandoned and subsequently resold, you will not be entitled to any proceeds from the sale of any such abandoned item.

(d) Discretionary Late Removal Policy: The Auctioneer may, in the Auctioneer’s sole and absolute discretion, allow you to remove an item that you have won at auction at a time beyond the published removal times in exchange for a late removal fee (the “Late Fee”). The Late Fee with respect to any given auction will equal $150 for the first hour during which the Auctioneer agrees to allow items to be removed late and $50 for every additional hour during which the Auctioneer agrees to allow items to be removed late. For the avoidance of doubt, (i) the minimum Late Fee with respect to any given auction is $150, (ii) the Auctioneer is not required to allow the late removal of any item, and (iii) if the Auctioneer does allow for late removal, the Auctioneer is not required to allow for the late removal to continue for any given amount of time and may set an end time for such late removal in the Auctioneer’s sole and absolute discretion. Any item not removed during the period during which the Auctioneer agrees to allow for late removal will be considered abandoned, pursuant to the terms of the foregoing paragraph.

21. Disposal of Unclaimed Items: In the event, you refuse to pay for or abandon any item that you win at auction, the Auction Manager will have the option of reselling, removing, storing, or disposing of the unpaid-for or abandoned item. You understand and agree that you will be personally responsible for all deficiencies – and all legal, collection, transportation, and storage expenses – associated with your delinquent account and/or abandoned items. In the event of resale, you agree to pay any cost associated with the resale as well as any deficiency between your original purchase price and the resale price.

22. Claims for Non-Delivery: In the unusual event that an item has been totally misdescribed or is unavailable for pickup during the published removal times, you must immediately notify the Auction Manager’s onsite staff of the problem and file a claim for non-delivery within twenty-four hours. You understand and agree that if you fail to make a claim for non-delivery with the Auction Manager’s onsite staff within twenty-four hours of your discovering the problem, your claim for non-delivery will not be honored. Your claim must include your invoice number, the item number in question, and must fully describe the nature of the problem that you have identified.

23. Claims and Choice of Venue: Any claim or controversy arising out of or relating to these Terms and Conditions, or to any breach thereof, will be resolved exclusively by a provincial court having jurisdiction in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.,. Each party hereby submits to the jurisdiction and venue of such courts. You agree that all claims instituted by you will be litigated on an individual basis, and will not be consolidated with any claim made by another party. You agree that any judgments awarded may be applied to and collected from you personally or corporately. Should you file an action contrary to this paragraph, the defending parties may recover reasonable legal fees and costs. Further, if you bring a claim against the Auctioneer and do not prevail, and/or if the Auctioneer takes action against you as a result of your violation of these terms and conditions and is the prevailing party, you agree that you will reimburse the Auctioneer for all reasonable legal fees and costs including reasonable attorney’s fees.

24. Interim or Preliminary Relief: You agree that the Auctioneer may seek interim, preliminary, or injunctive relief without the necessity of any bond or similar deposit in a court having jurisdiction.

25. Suspension of Bidding Privileges: You understand and agree that any violation of these Terms and Conditions — and/or any unsafe or illegal activity during any auction-related event — may result in the Auctioneer’s suspending your online bidding privileges indefinitely. Any Bidder’s attempt to re-register after having been suspended – whether directly by creating a new account or indirectly by using or directing the use of a third party’s account – will constitute a breach of these Terms and Conditions, and may expose the Bidder to civil and criminal liability for fraud. The Auctioneer further reserves the right to refund the Bidder and eject any Bidder or agent thereof from any premises if the Bidder becomes disruptive. In the event such an ejection, it will be within the Auctioneer’s discretion to refund any amounts paid by the ejected Bidder. Nothing in this paragraph will limit the Auctioneer’s right to any other remedies at law or in equity.

26. Warehouse Office Auction Location. Auctions are being conducted in Scarborough, Toronto, Canada. These Terms and Conditions are entered into in Toronto, Canada, regardless of the physical location of the Bidder or Auctioneer. All items are offered for sale in Toronto Canada and will be sold in Toronto, Canada.

27. Liability: In all cases, the Auctioneer’s liability, and the liability of the seller of the items in this auction, will be limited to the refund of your purchase price. The Auctioneer will not be liable for any amount in connection with the postponement or cancellation of this auction, or the withdrawal of any item or lot from this auction. In no event will the Auctioneer be liable for lost profits or any special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with this auction or any related sale or transaction.

(a) No Liability for the Acts of Third Parties: The Auctioneer is not responsible for any action taken by any seller, bidder, or another third party before, during, or after this auction.

(b) No Liability for Site Malfunction: You understand that this auction is online-only, and so relies on devices, software, and programs that may malfunction without warning.  You agree that the Auctioneer will not be liable for any error or inconvenience that may be the result of such a malfunction.  You further understand and agree that the Auctioneer may void or suspend any sale, or resell any item if the Auctioneer determines a transaction to have been affected by any site malfunction or human error relating to the site. In no event will the Auction Host have any duty or responsibility to the bidder not directly related to the function of the site. Auctioneer does not promise that the website, or any content, service, or feature of the website and/or any software or application of the website (collectively “Services”) will be error-free or uninterrupted, or that any defects will be corrected, or that your use of the Services will provide specific results. Auctioneer cannot guarantee the continuous operation of or access to its Services. Bid update and other notification functionality on the website may not occur in real-time and is subject to delays beyond Auctioneer’s control. You understand and agree that you are making use of the Services at your own risk and that the Services are delivered on an “as-is” and “as available” basis. Accordingly, to the extent permitted by applicable law, Auctioneer disclaims all express or implied warranties, terms and conditions including, but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. To the extent permitted by applicable law, Auctioneer is not liable, and you agree not to hold Auctioneer responsible, for any damages or losses (including but not limited to any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages), resulting directly or indirectly from (i) the content you provide (directly or indirectly) using the Services; (ii) your use of or your inability to use the Services; (iii) delays or disruptions in Services; (iv) viruses or other malicious software obtained by accessing or linking to Services; (v) glitches, bugs, errors, or inaccuracies of any kind in Services; and (vi) damage to your hardware device from the use of any Service. Some jurisdictions do not allow the disclaimer of warranties or exclusion of damages, so such disclaimers and exclusions may not apply to you. You assume total responsibility for your use of the website, and your sole remedy against Auctioneer for dissatisfaction with the Services is to stop using the website or any such Services. Regardless of the previous paragraphs, if Auctioneer is found to be liable, Auctioneer’s liability to you or to any third party is limited to the refund of your purchase price.

i) No Liability for User Equipment Malfunction. You have sole responsibility for ensuring that any software or equipment you use to access the Services is in good working order and that any internal or external time mechanisms associated therewith are synced to the time zone from which you are bidding. The auctioneer will not have any liability relating to the malfunction of any Bidder software or equipment, or any failure to set any time mechanisms to the appropriate time.

ii) Indemnification: You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Auctioneer and its employees, officers, owners, affiliates, agents, and representatives from and against any claims, losses, damages, liabilities, judgments, fees, costs, and expenses, including reasonable legal fees and costs, related to, arising from, or associated with you, your agents or representatives – including, but not limited to, personal injury or property damage caused at any sales site or during removal or transportation of items won at auction, any dispute with another bidder, or any violation of these Terms and Conditions.

iii) Limitations: These Terms and Conditions do not – nor are they intended to – create any agency, partnership, joint venture, employer-employee, or franchisor-franchisee relationship. These Terms and Conditions cannot be altered except in writing by the Auctioneer.

iv) Severability: If any term, provision, paragraph, condition, or other portion of this agreement – or the application of these to any person, place, or circumstance – is held to be invalid, unenforceable, or void, the remainder of this agreement and such term, provision, covenant, or condition as applied to other persons, places, and circumstances will remain in full force and effect.

v) Governing Law: These Terms and Conditions will be governed by and construed under the laws of the province of Ontario, Canada.

vi) Entire Agreement: These Terms and Conditions contain our entire agreement and supersede any prior oral or written agreements relating to the same subject matter.

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