Terms & Conditions

PLEASE NOTE: Bidding at AUCTION MASTERS’ Auctions, whether in person, by agent,
absentee bid, telephone, email, internet or other means, constitutes your acknowledgement and
acceptance of these “Terms & Conditions of Sale”. If you do not understand any of these terms
or conditions, please ask a staff member for clarification before registering.


  1. Payment: Cash, pre-approved Checks and credit/debit cards; paid in full on the day of sale.
  2. 10% Buyers Fee added to sale price.
  3. All products to be sold AS IS, WHERE IS.
  4. ALL SALES FINAL at public auction to the highest bidder.
  5. The Auctioneer has the right at their absolute discretion to refuse any bid and to advance the
    bidding as they see fit.
  6. The highest bidder shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute shall be settled at
    the Auctioneer’s absolute discretion. The decision of the auctioneer shall be final and absolute.
  7. The record of sale kept by the auctioneer and clerk will be taken as final in any dispute.
  8. All items must be paid for in full before removal from property can begin.
  9. Items must be removed the day of sale (unless arranged with Management).
  10. Auction Masters & Appraisals is not responsible for accident or theft. Persons attending
    assume all risks of damage of or loss to person and property and specifically release the auction
    company and auctioneer from liability therefore.
  11. Additional terms and conditions – Any other terms or conditions of sale added by the
    auctioneer shall be announced prior to auction in opening statements.
  12. NOTE: Bidders should pay close attention to the opening statements. As a Bidder, you have
    AGREED and are bound by the terms of the auction even if you were not present during the opening
    Auction Masters & Appraisals is an ethical, upstanding company which adheres to all laws
    and conducts auctions pursuant to Section 2328 of the Uniform Commercial Code and Section
    53.5 of the Penal Code.
    Auctioneers in the state of Oregon may accept opening bids, minimum reserves, bids via in
    person, by agent, absentee bid, telephone, email, internet or other acceptable means, and they
    may bid themselves. The auctioneer must disclose that such bidding may take place during the
    course of the auction, and the disclosure may be made during the opening announcements or in
    the form of a written Terms & Conditions. There is no requirement for the auctioneer to disclose
    whether or not a particular item has a minimum reserve.