OFT auction transaction forms
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A property auctioneer must fill out this form in order to have a valid appointment. Auctioneers cannot represent a client in a property sale unless they are properly appointed.
A property auctioneer must fill out this form if they or a close associate have a personal or business interest in the purchase of a client's property. The auctioneer will need to provide the completed form to the client before the sale.
Property auctioneers must fill out this form to tell a prospective buyer if they have any relevant interests in the sale (including third-party interests).
Chattel auctioneers must use this form before they can sell any item on behalf of a client (who is the seller). This form is not required if the auctioneer buys the item themselves in order to auction it later.
A chattel auctioneer must fill out this form if they or a close associate have a personal or business interest in the purchase of a client's property. They will need to give the completed form to the client before the sale.
Form effective 1 September 2019. Motor dealers and chattel auctioneers must use this form whenever they sell a used vehicle. It sets out the cooling-off period and statutory warranty details that apply to that sale.
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