Catalog to come Description:
Catalog available approximately 2 weeks before April 15
Consult the health rules, safety instructions and terms and conditions.
No name change on the invoice will be granted. Make sure your account is opened in the desired name before the sale.
To activate your account, Deposit required of $1000 by credit card (VISA-MASTERCARD-AMERICAN EXPRESS) Refundable, if there is no purchase made or your bill is fully paid.
MAKE YOUR DEPOSIT ONLINE! by clicking on the ''DEPOSIT REQUIRED'' button.
Online registration as well as the deposit of $1000 must be made before presenting yourself on the premises for the inspection of the lots. The deposit can be made online on the Encan Ouellette website starting April 10, at 8 a.m.
(If you have already participated in one of our online auctions, your registration is still valid. Please log in by clicking here and request access for the next sale. Note that the $1,000 deposit can be made by line as of only.)
Gradual closing of bets on Saturday April 15, from 8 a.m.
Registration and deposit: From Monday, April 10, from 8 a.m.
Inspection: April 13 and 14 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. without appointment. When inspecting the lots, you must present your deposit confirmation received by email, indicating the date of the transaction and your bidder number. Only one accompanying person per person will be accepted.
Prize giving: from Sunday 16 to Tuesday 18 April from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Buyer fee: 10%
Place of sale:
11100 Golf Boulevard
Anjou, QC Canada
Telephone: 418 528-2699
Toll free: 1 877 590-2699
Email: [email protected]
Technical help or password: [email protected] or 819-384-3807
How to bet online Terms And Conditions
1. Anyone wishing to register must read and accept the terms and conditions of the auction.
2.Registration is done online only. Go to the “Auction sales” section of the disposal of property website (www.dispositiondesbiens.gouv.qc.ca) for more details.
3. Online registration and $1000 deposit required before the visit and vehicle inspection (refundable, payable by credit card). This deposit may be retained as a penalty for non-compliance with the terms and conditions of the contract or on cancellation of the contract. Deposit confirmation required at entry, including deposit date and bidder number.
4. The inspection will take place during the week of the sale; Thursday and Friday for Quebec and Montreal. A maximum number of people will be authorized on the premises, waiting to be expected;
5. Only one companion per person will be authorized.
6. No loitering will be tolerated.
7. The CAG provides in good faith the information at its disposal for each lot. The photographs and information provided are presented for information purposes only and do not guarantee the condition of the goods.
8.The CAG cannot be held responsible for any omission or incomplete inspection of the lot by the bidder.
9. All lots or goods sold by the auctioneer make the sale perfect, final and irrevocable.
10.The lots are sold as is, without warranty and at the risk and peril of the buyer.
11. Each lot becomes the responsibility of the new owner as soon as the auctioneer announces that a lot has been awarded.
12. All sales are subject to 5% Federal Goods and Services Tax (GST), as well as 9.975% Quebec Sales Tax (QST).
13. Bidders who win a sale must pay an administrative fee of 10% before taxes on each lot.
14. Lots must be paid in full and collected within three (3) days of auction end. Additional storage fees of $50 (taxable) per item per day late may be charged to latecomers as a penalty.
15. When handing over the vehicles, the bidder must go inside to collect their documents and pay, if applicable.
16. It is forbidden to resell the goods before the recovery of the lot by the bidder and/or, on the auction site.
17. Mechanical work is not permitted on the auction site.
18.To find out about the conditions surrounding the return to circulation of a vehicle purchased at auction according to the different statuses, the purchaser can consult the website of the Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec at the address www.saaq. gouv.qc.ca.
19.The terms set out above do not constitute all of the terms and conditions of the auction. You will find the complete terms and conditions on the following pages.
20. For any purchase made online, the CAG disclaims all liability for possible Internet connection interruptions, sound cuts, auction retransmission delays and bidder handling errors, whether the tool used does not matter.
In the event of a dispute related to the auction, the final decision rests with the auctioneer.
Once the sale is complete, an invoice from the CAG will be emailed to you. This invoice is final and will confirm the lots that have been awarded to you.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The CAG provides in good faith the information available to it for each of the lots. The lots are offered for sale according to the formula "as is, on site", ie each property is sold as seen, at the risk of the purchaser. The photographs and information provided are presented for illustrative purposes only and do not guarantee the condition of the goods.
The goods that are the subject of this auction are sold as is, without legal warranty, at the buyer's risk and peril. Furthermore, the Consumer Protection Act does not apply when a person purchases surplus goods from the Government of Quebec.
The successful bidder of a lot becomes responsible for it as soon as it is awarded. Consequently, the CAG is not responsible for any damage and loss that may occur to this property as a result of the auction.
The CAG does not assume any responsibility for damage or loss resulting from the handling or circulation of the vehicle, and the purchaser expressly undertakes to keep it free from any claim.
The purchaser must assume the transport costs of the goods acquired and ensure that they meet the requirements of the Highway Safety Code for their transport.
The CAG does not guarantee the result of the reading of the odometer indicated. The numbers shown on the odometer at the time of vehicle preparation are only indicative.
Anyone wishing to participate in the auction must register online. Instructions can be found at www.dispositiondesbiens.gouv.qc.ca.
At the time of registration, the person will have to pay an amount of $ 1,000 (refundable, payable by credit card). This amount may be withheld as a penalty for non-compliance with the terms and conditions of the contract or upon cancellation of the contract.
At the end of their registration, each person acknowledges having read and accepted the terms and conditions.
A catalog presenting the lots put up for auction is posted at www.dispositiondesbiens.gouv.qc.ca a few days before the auction is held. The CAG can make changes to the catalog being published. It is the responsibility of anyone interested to visit the website to take note of the changes.
Lot inspection is possible without an appointment on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays before the end of the auction, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Montreal and the Thursday and Friday before the end of the auction from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Quebec.
The CAG cannot be held responsible for any omission or incomplete inspection of the lot by the bidder. Any natural or legal person who submits an offer acknowledges having inspected the lot and declares itself entirely satisfied. Anyone who inspects a lot is responsible for any damage, direct or indirect, material, bodily or intangible, accidental or intentional by him, his representative, his employee or any person who 'accompanied.
The auctions will take place in the form of a timed auction. For more details, see www.dispositiondesbiens.gouv.qc.ca.
The lots are awarded to the last and highest bidder.
Failure to pay the required amount following the auction, the bidder's participation following the auction will be suspended by the auctioneer.
The successful bidder of a lot must make his full payment no later than 4 p.m. on the Tuesday following the auction by going to the auction site during opening hours.
All sales are subject to the federal goods and services tax (GST) of 5%, as well as the Quebec sales tax (QST) of 9.975%. Acquisition fees of 10% will also be invoiced, before taxes, on the amount of the lot awarded. Acquisition costs are taxable.
Telephone payment by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) is preferred. Payment can also be made by debit card (Interac) as well as certified check, money order and money order payable to CAG-Disposition des produits. Bank transfers are not accepted.
The successful tenderer must take possession of the lot (s) awarded to him no later than 4 p.m. on the Tuesday following the auction. To do this, he must be present at the auction site during opening hours.
He must take the necessary means and precautions to ensure safe possession, in accordance with the laws and regulations in force. The successful tenderer is also responsible for any damage, direct or indirect, material, bodily or intangible, accidental or intentional which could occur during the taking of possession, and this, whether due to the successful tenderer himself. even, of its representative, its agent or any person accompanying it. In addition, he must leave the premises in a condition deemed acceptable and will under no circumstances be authorized to carry out mechanical work on the auction premises. The successful bidder may not proceed with the resale of the lot before having taken possession of it and / or at the auction site.
An additional storage fee of $ 50 per item per day of delay may be charged to latecomers as a penalty.
After payment, if the owner of one or more lots has not taken possession of the goods before the period indicated above, the CAG reserves the right to cancel the sale without any refund.
DEFAULT OF PAYMENT OR TAKING POSSESSION
The successful tenderer in default of payment or who has not taken possession of the lot within the prescribed deadlines is required to pay, in addition to the storage penalties, the difference between the price of his auction and the lower price that will be paid by the new purchaser, in accordance with article 1765 of the Civil Code of Quebec.
In addition, the CAG may, after notifying the offending purchaser, put the lot up for sale. The notice will be sent, by registered or certified mail, to the address appearing on the registration form, at least eight days before the date set for the lot to be relisted.
The CAG may suspend the possibility of participating in its auctions (auctions and calls for tenders), to any successful bidder who does not respect the obligation to pay the sums corresponding to the amount to which the lot has been awarded or who does not not take possession of the awarded lot within the agreed time limits. In this case, to participate again in the auctions of the CAG, the suspended buyer must first and fully pay all sums due to the CAG due to his default.
This suspension does not release the successful bidder from these terms and conditions. The successful tenderer cannot hold the CAG responsible for any loss or direct or indirect damage attributable to this suspension.
STATUS OF VEHICLES AT THE SAAQ AND RE-RELEASE PROCESS
The vehicles sold at auction correspond to one of the following statuses:
- Vehicle stored;
- Vehicle scrapped;
- Vehicle declared "total loss".
To find out the terms and conditions surrounding the return to service of a vehicle purchased at auction according to the various statutes, the purchaser can consult the site of the Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec at www.saaq.gouv.qc.ca .
The responsibility for registering a vehicle purchased at auction rests exclusively with the purchaser. In order for the purchased vehicle to be transferred and registered in its name, the purchaser must:
- Make sure that the vehicle (s) comply with the road safety standards required by the SAAQ;
- Present the original of the sales contract.
For more information on registering a vehicle, the purchaser can consult the website of the Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec at www.saaq.gouv.qc.ca. Buyer's Fees
Buyer fees 10%
Transport is at the buyer's expense.
11100, bl. du Golf,Montréal,Québec,Canada