Buying at Auction - Remote Bidding - Auction Legal Documents

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Legal documents

When buying property at auction it's essential to understand the legal documents supplied by the seller's solicitors.

Legal Documentation

To view legal documents in respect of any lot, please click here.
For every lot that appears in our catalogue we ask the seller's solicitors to provide us with legal information covering special conditions of sale, title deeds, local searches, leases (where applicable) office copy entries, and any other relevant information. This information is available for inspection by following the link above, on the day of the auction in the sale room or at our offices from receipt until the auction date.
Please see the Notice to Prospective Buyers and the General Conditions of Sale at the end of our catalogue in relation to all legal matters.

Unable to attend the auction?
We recommend that you should always attend the auction in order to bid in person or send someone you trust such as your solicitor, surveyor or family member to bid on your behalf. If it is impossible for someone to attend the sale room, you may bid remotely by telephone or proxy.
In order to bid by telephone or proxy Romans must be in receipt of your signed proxy/telephone registration form and 10% deposit cheque in the form of a bankers draft and your identification, at least 24 hours before the date of the auction. Please call the Auctions team on 0134 475 3120 for more information on how to bid remotely.

> Download proxy / telephone registration form