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complete office furnishings
consisting of: 2 desk islands dimensions 3600x1600x740mm, 6 fabric partitions, 5 various roller shutter cabinets including low and medium high, 11 various typist chairs including KÜHL, ARTE'S, 2 waste paper baskets, without IT equipment
250 to 1,000 kg
03-OCT-2023 from 10:00 until 11:00
BE-1000 BRUXELLES, AVENUE DES ARTS 46
11-OCT-2023 from 10:00 until 11:00
Auctim - MOYERSOEN NV
2630 - Aartselaar
A (static) bid means you are placing a one-time bid of your choosing. The bid must be equal or higher than the next possible bid, indicated on the lot page. If successful, you are now the highest bidder.
An Automatic bid gives you the option of deciding the maximum bid that you are willing to place and lets the system work for you. It will automatically place the next bid, taking the minimum bid step into account. When you are outbid, it will automatically place a new bid, until your limit is reached or until no new bids are being placed.
You can track your bids on the ‘’my bids” section under the ‘My Auctim’ menu. You will always receive an email when you are outbid, or when the auction ends with you as the highest bidder.
In the event that a lot has ten or less minutes remaining and a new bid is placed, the remaining time to bid will be extended by five minutes. This continues until there are no more bids in the final ten minutes. This is done to counteract illegal programs that automatically place bids at the last possible second.
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If you want to buy or sell at Auctim, the first step is to register. Doing so enables you to bid on the current lots, stay informed about the products that interest you, and enjoy the benefits that Auctim.com offers you.
This lot is sold by a professional seller, intended for professional buyers. As a private individual, you can bid on this lot, but consumer rights (e.g. warranty, return policy) do not apply.
This lot is sold by a professional seller, intended for private individuals and professional buyers. Consumer right are applicable in accordance to the general conditions (link).
This lot is sold by a private individual. Therefore, consumer rights (e.g. warranty, return policy) are not applicable.
This lot is sold as a result of a judicial sale (such as a seizure or a bankruptcy). Therefore, consumer rights (e.g. warranty, return policy) are not applicable.
VAT and auction fees are added to your bid. Different VAT rules apply to private individuals and companies. Private individual must pay VAT on both the bid and the auction fee, unless stated otherwise on the lot page.
After placing a bid you will be presented with a comprehensive overview of the total cost. You can then either confirm or cancel your bid. After confirming, your bid is final and cannot be removed.
Lots offered under definite adjudication are automatically assigned to the highest bidder. There is no reserve pricing or judicial decision to be made.
Lots offered under temporary adjudication have a reserve price, or are subject to judicial supervision. After the auction ends, all lots will be individually awarded to the highest bidder, or withheld.
Reserve prices are often unknown to the Auctim partner, and depend on individual value as well as total auction revenue, which is why these lots can only be processed after the auction ends. If the reserve pricing IS known, the lot will automatically change to ‘definite adjudication’ as soon as the highest bid reaches this threshold.
Certain withheld lots can be offered again in the future, entirely depending on the seller. Auctim partners will always negotiate with the seller to assign as many lots as possible.
Lots that are part of a combination are offered individually first.
When all lots in the combination are closed, the combination will open for bids for 60 minutes. The opening bid of this combination is the total of the individual lots increased by 10%.