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Sold on behalf of BHP and later Onesteel .A wide range of plant and machinery at Whyalla,Iron Knob and Iron Baron in South Australia.












Australia's first Domestic / Commercial Refrigerator-1926























Annexure 'A' - Terms Of Invoices To Purchasers

  1. All payments are to be made to Hoffman Conveyancing Services No.3 Trust Account a South Australian audited Trust Account The Hoffman Account.
  2. Goods invoiced remain wholly the property of the Vendor until deposit and full invoice amount cheque(s) are cleared ino the Hoffman Conveyancing Services No.3 Trust Accounts The Hoffman Account.
  3. Deposit or option paid is an agreement to hold goods for purchase to a stated time between the vendor and purchaser.
  4. The Vendor/Legal owner is responsible for disconnection of machinery, plant and equipment from all power and plumbing (including liquid/gas/airlines).
  5. The replacement of building structure where applicable will be included on the invoice document.
  6. Machinery, plant, equipment and stock removal/transport costs and total insurance are all the Purchasers expense. The Purchaser agrees to take all responsibility to collect purchases from the Vendor once payment has been cleared into the Hoffman Conveyancing Services No.3 Trust account. The Hoffman Account. The Purchaser agrees it is not the Vendor's agents'/brokers' responsibility to collect any items on the Purchaser's behalf. The Purchaser will provide to the Vendor a Public Liability Insurance Certificate of currency to protect all interested parties to the limit of indemnity of twenty million dollars relating to Vendor's items sold off the Vendor's land to the Purchaser where items are to be all or partly dismantled prior to removal. Public Liability insurance for injury to persons or damage to property caused by an occurrence in connection with the Purchaser and his insured business is to an amount not exceeding the indemnity covered by the Purchaser's public liability policy. The Purchaser agrees where purchases have not been totally removed within 125 days or less a rental of $20 will apply until the 160th day. On the 161st day unless an agreement to extend the time limit (in writing) and dated prior to the 161st day after the invoice date between the Purchaser and Vendor is produced to the agent then on the 161st day after the invoice purchase date a rental charge equal to the total value of any remaining items purchased still on the site will apply thereby extinguishing the Purchaser's entitlement to collect the item(s) thereafter.
  7. Insurance of machinery, plant, equipment and stock shall be maintained by Vendor/Legal owner until payment of full amount is cleared into trust account, i.e. payment is able to be drawn against in full. All insurance after completion of payment is the responsibility of purchaser except where both vendor and purchaser provide new written agreements in advance to the agent.
  8. The Purchaser indemnifies and holds Hoffman Conveyancing Services harmless from any action claims or demands of or concerning Hoffman Conveyancing Services having acted in accordance with the authorisation hereinbefore set out.
  9. The Purchaser indemnifies the Agent/Broker against any claim suit or demand arising out of any defect or failure of the asset(s) sold however arising.
  10. The machinery offered for sale is second-hand and does not include any sellers, vendors, manufacturers, resellers or agents warranty.
  11. A limited waranty is available through Insurance Brokers (terms and conditions are presented in a separate document).
  12. Maintenance, installation and service are excluded from this contract.
  13. All measurements are approximate.
  14. Items are sold as inspected by Purchaser. All items supplied from the Vendor could be extremely hazardous and dangerous and are itemised in all regulatory check list questions to be so. It is a condition of sale that the Purchaser must employ a qualified expert accredited installation tradesperson to thoroughly check for safety protection of users and surroundings and that it is the Purchaser's entire liability, duty and responsibility to apply all government regulations including health and safety laws along with industry standards prior to start up or use of the purchased item.
  15. Condition for sale of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, purification, measuring systems and of heal, chemical, liquid, electronic and gas transmission equipment, hazardous chemicals, contaminant, waste, asbestos, radio active materials, energy, organisms, bacteria, extinguishers, acids, explosives, electroplating materials, gases, liquids, batteries, foams, plastics, rubbers, minerals, elements, solvents, coolants, lubricants, fuels, distillates, paints, vegetation compounds, literature, foods and beverages is that the purchaser agrees to comply with all government regulations and industry standards and will insure, identify, use, test, handle, transport and dispose of these items in regulatory containers with compliant warning notice attached.
  16. The Purchaser acknowledges and agress that the Purchaser has not relied upon any warranty or representation made or any conduct engaged in by the Vendor or any person on behalf of the Vendor in relation to the quality or fitness for use of the Goods or as to any financial return or income to be derived from the Goods, but has relied entirely upon the Purchaser's own inspection of the Goods.
  17. The Purchaser must promptly, after clearance of full payment, remove the Goods from the Vendor's property and transport them in a safe and proper manner and in accordance with all legal requirements, all entirely at the Purchaser's risk and expense. The Purchaser must comply with any reasonable directions given by the Vendor or its employees or agents. In removing the Assets, the Purchaser must not damage any of the Vendor's property. The Purchaser shall indemnify the Vendor against any damage, loss, liability, actions, claims costs or expenses which the Vendor may incur as a result of the failure of the Purchaser to fully comply with this clause.
  18. The Purchaser shall pay all stamp duty, and other duties and taxes which may be payable in respect of this agreement or sale or any documents in connection with them. The Purchaser indemnifies the Vendor against any loss or liability incurred or suffered by the Vendor as a result of the delay or failure by the Purchaser to pay any duties payable by the Purchaser pursuant to this clause.
  19. The Point of Sale. Payment is able to be drawn against in full once funds are cleared.
NOTE: on Major Industries sites before commencing a Purchaser will provide a written job safety analysis to the Company nominated Project Controller (with his assistance) and have it accepted prior to removal work commencing.
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