(the “SELLER")
hereby offers for sale by public auction the following immovable PROPERTY: TITLE DEED DESCRIPTION : ERF 465 CLARINA EXT 22 CITY OF TSHWANE
STREET ADDRESS / KNOWN AS: 38 Oscarina Crescent Clarina 28.1152 E 25.6512 S
REF NO: MR37503
UNIQUE ACCEPTANCE CODE: (These details will be provided on acceptance)
ACCEPTED BID: R (These details will be provided on acceptance)
together with all improvements thereon (the “PROPERTY') subject to the following terms and conditions: PREAMBLE
the disposal of the subject property, as defined above, is as a result of the Seller having obtained a High Court order in the North Gauteng High Court (reference 70899/2010), a copy of the High Court order being available for inspection at the Seller’s address as recorded herein, authorizing the Seller to dispose of the said property, as defined; the Seller is entitled to sell the said properties by private treaty or auction and retain the proceeds thereof; and the Registrar of Deeds has been ordered to register such sales in respect of the properties. The Purchaser understands and accepts the contents of this clause:…………………………………………………………….
In this Agreement unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Acceptance date” means the date and time on which the offer was accepted electronically by the Seller (or it’s appointed Auctioneer).
2. “Agreement” means the Agreement concluded between the Seller and the Purchaser on acceptance by the Seller of this offer consisting of
3. “Auctioneer’s commission” means 4% (plus VAT), payable by the Seller, as provided for in clause 5 of this agreement.
4. “Auction rules” as contemplated in Annexure B of this agreement.
5. “Balance of the purchase price” means any amount still due to the Seller’s Attorney after a deposit and / or other cash contribution has been
paid to the Auctioneer or the Seller’s Attorney; 6. “Date of occupation” means the date of registration of transfer, or such other date as may be agreed upon by the Seller and Purchaser in
writing, but then always subject to the provisions of clause 6 and 9; 7. “Deposit” means 10% of the purchase price to be paid to the Seller’s conveyancers in terms of clause 3.1 and paid into the Auctioneer’s
nominated trust account, or if required to do so, to the Seller’s nominated conveyancing attorney’s trust account. 8. “Guarantee date” means 30 (thirty) days from date of acceptance by Seller;
9. “Mortgage Finance” means a final bond grant by a reputable financial institution, to presented to the Seller in terms of clause 3.3 of the
10. “Occupational interest” means 1% (one percent) of the Purchase Price per month payable monthly in advance and being the monthly
consideration payable for occupation prior to registration of transfer; 11. “Property” as contemplated in the Legal Description as provided for on page 1 of this agreement. Should the Street Address differ from the
Legal Description, the Legal Description is deemed to be the correct description to effect transfer of the property; 12. “Purchaser” means information supplied as depicted in Annexure A – Personal Details;
13. “Purchaser’s address” means information as supplied by the Purchaser in Annexure A – Personal Details;
14. “Purchase price” means the full consideration under “accepted bid” on Page 1 of the agreement, and includes Value Added Tax (VAT), if
15. “Seller” means The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited Registration number 1962/000738/06, a public company duly incorporated in
accordance with the company laws of the Republic of South Africa and registered as a bank in terms of the Bank’s Act No. 94 of 1990; 16. “Seller’s address” means 14th Floor, 45 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg;
17. “Seller’s conveyancers” means information as contemplated in Annexure A of this agreement.
18. The masculine gender includes the feminine and neuter genders and vice versa. 19. Words in the singular include the plural and vice versa. 20. Headings are provided for reference purposes only and are not to be taken into account in the interpretation of any provision hereof. 2. ACCEPTANCE AND CONFIRMATION
2.1 The PURCHASER'S offer shall remain open for acceptance and confirmation by the SELLER or by the AUCTIONEER on behalf of the SELLER, until 12HOO, 72 hours (3 business working days) after the closing time of the auction. 2.2 The PURCHASER and the AUCTIONEER acknowledge and agree that this provision constitutes a stipulation for the benefit of the SELLER. 2.3 The PURCHASER'S offer shall be deemed to have been accepted only when a unique acceptance code have been issued to the PURCHASER 2.4 In the event of the sale requiring the consent of any statutory authority or any court of law, then this sale is subject to the granting of such 3. PURCHASE PRICE
The Purchase Price being [offer price] of the PROPERTY, shall be paid as follows: 3.1 A deposit of 10% (ten percent) of the Purchase Price to the AUCTIONEER by the PURCHASER by 16h00 on the next business day following the acceptance and confirmation (which occurs simultaneously), which amount the PURCHASER hereby authorises the AUCTIONEER to pay over 3.2 The balance of the Purchase Price shall be paid in cash and secured, to the satisfaction of the SELLER'S Attorneys, by a written guarantee from a registered financial institution, payable free of exchange, against registration of transfer of the PROPERTY into the PURCHASER'S name. 3.3 If mortgage finance is sought for the balance of the purchase price, proof of such finance by a reputable financial institution acceptable to the SELLER, shall be presented the SELLER within 15 days from acceptance and confirmation (excluding the date of acceptance, but inclusive of 3.4 The PURCHASER may elect to secure the balance of the Purchase Price by payment in cash to the SELLER'S Attorneys, who shall hold same in trust, pending registration of transfer into the name of the PURCHASER. The aforesaid guarantee shall be presented and/or cash shall be payable by the PURCHASER to the SELLER'S Attorneys within 30 (thirty) days from acceptance. 3.5 All monies due by the PURCHASER in terms of this Agreement, and unpaid on due date, shall bear interest at the rate of 2% (two per centum) above the Prime Rate, per month, calculated from the due date of payment to the actual date of payment thereof, (both days inclusive). Each payment made by the PURCHASER shall be allocated first to the payment of AUCTIONEER'S Commission, then interest and thereafter to the payment of any other monies due in terms hereof. 3.6 Any non-compliance of any provisions in Par. 3.1 to 3.4, will make this contract voidable by the SELLER, and will be deemed as cancelled without prior notification from the SELLER, unless further written arrangements accepted by the SELLER in writing, have been made for an 4. VALUE ADDED TAX
The SELLER shall be liable for and pay AUCTIONEER'S commission, which commission shall be deemed to have been earned on acceptance by the SELLER of this agreement, and is payable upon registration of transfer. 6. OCCUPATIONAL INTEREST
Should the PURCHASER take occupation of the PROPERTY prior to registration of transfer, he/she shall pay occupational interest, calculated at the rate of 1% (one percent) of the full purchase price monthly in advance from date of occupation to date of registration of transfer into the Transferring Attorneys Trust Account. Such occupation will be agreed to in writing by all parties prior to such occupation granted. 7. RATES, TAXES AND LEVIES
The PURCHASER shall be liable for all rates and taxes and other Municipal/Council charges levied on the PROPERTY for the period prior to date of registration of transfer, as well as any levies due to the Body Corporate or Home Owner’s Association to give effect to a clearance certificate to be issued by the said Council and/or Body Corporate or Home Owner’s Association. 8. TRANSFER AND COSTS OF TRANSFER
8.1 Transfer shall not be passed to the PURCHASER, notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained, until such time as the total Purchase Price and all other amounts for which the PURCHASER may be liable in terms hereof, have been paid and/or payment thereof has been 8.2 Transfer of the PROPERTY shall be passed, by the SELLER'S Attorneys, as soon as possible after date of acceptance, providing the PURCHASER has complied with the provisions of the aforementioned sub-clause. 8.3 Transfer of the PROPERTY shall be effected by the SELLER'S Attorneys and all expenses of and incidental to the preparation and registration of transfer, the conveyancing fees, disbursements and any other costs incidental thereto in respect of such transfer, shall be borne by the PURCHASER including all expenses and legal costs incidental to the preparation and registration of any mortgage bond to finance the Purchase Price herein, including any disbursement levied by the financial institution approving the finance. 8.4 In the event of the PURCHASER failing to comply within 7 (seven) days of being requested by the SELLER'S Attorneys, to furnish them with signed documents or documentation of whatever nature necessary for effecting transfer, or where applicable to ensure that the mortgage bond documentation or ancillary documentation is satisfactorily completed or in the event of the registration of transfer being delayed as a consequence of a default on part of the PURCHASER (and the widest possible interpretation shall be used in respect of the terms hereof), then ipso facto on the 8th (eighth) day after such request, the PURCHASER shall pay to the SELLER penalty interest, at the rate of 2% (two per centum) above prime, per month calculated from the said 8th (eighth) day until the date of transfer, (both days inclusive). 8.5 The PURCHASER acknowledges to be farmiliarfamiliar with what FICA requirements entail and accordingly undertakes to comply with all the FICA requirements as stipulated in the Financial Intelligence Centres Act No. 38 of 2001 (“FICA”) within 7 (seven) days from date of acceptance of this Agreement by the SELLER and to supply the SELLER'S Attorneys and the AUCTIONEER all information and documentation required by the SELLER'S Attorneys and/or AUCTIONEER to enable these parties to fulfill their obligations in terms of the Acts mentioned hereinunder: - 8.5.1 The SELLER'S Attorneys and AUCTIONEERS are designed as an "accountable institution" in terms of the Financial Intelligence Centres Act 8.5.2 Certain obligations are placed on the SELLER'S Attorneys and AUCTIONEERS in terms of FICA and the Prevention of Organised Crime Act 8.5.3 The SELLER'S Attorneys and AUCTIONEERS shall not invest and administer any deposits or any other monies paid by the PURCHASER in terms of this Agreement, unless the PURCHASER has provided the SELLER'S Attorneys with the documentation that they require in terms of FICA, nor shall the SELLER'S Attorneys and AUCTIONEERS be held liable for any loss of interest as a result of the PURCHASER'S failure to comply 9. OCCUPATION AND RISK
9.1 Occupation of the PROPERTY shall only be given by the SELLER and taken by the PURCHASER on registration of transfer or by mutual agreement between the SELLER and the PURCHASER, provided that clause 3.1 to 3.3 above have been complied with, from which date all risks and benefits of ownership in respect of the PROPERTY shall pass to the PURCHASER. 9.2 The PURCHASER, at its own expense, shall insure the PROPERTY and improvements thereon for the full replacement value thereof from date of occupation, against risk of loss or damage by any cause with an insurer acceptable to the SELLER. The SELLER'S interest in the PROPERTY shall be endorsed against such policy for such period. 9.3 Upon the PURCHASER taking occupation of the PROPERTY and pending transfer, the following conditions shall apply – 9.3.1 the PURCHASER shall not sell, let or in any other manner dispose of or part with (whether temporarily or otherwise) the PROPERTY or his rights of occupation thereof, except with the written consent of the SELLER, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld; 9.3.2 the PURCHASER shall be responsible for and pay all costs of electricity and water consumed in the PROPERTY. 10. EXISTING OCCUPANCY
The PROPERTY is sold subject to all existing occupancy and vacant possession is not provided or guaranteed. 11. REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS
11.1 Prior to registration of transfer, the PURCHASER shall not be entitled to effect any alterations to the PROPERTY without the prior written 11.2 The SELLER shall not be obliged to compensate the PURCHASER for any authorised alteration effected in the event of the sale being 11.3 The PURCHASER shall be liable for any damages suffered by the SELLER as a result of any alterations effected by the PURCHASER, not 12. VOETSTOOTS, EXTENT AND REPRESENTATIONS
12.1 The PROPERTY is sold "voetstoots" and subject to the terms and conditions and servitudes mentioned or referred to in the current and/or prior Title Deeds and to the conditions of establishment of the Township in which it is situated and to the zoning applied to it under any Town Planning Scheme. The SELLER shall not profit by any excess nor shall it be answerable for any deficiency in the extent thereof. Neither the SELLER nor the AUCTIONEER shall be responsible for pointing out to the PURCHASER any surveyor's pegs or beacons in respect of the PROPERTY. Additions and alterations made to the property not complying with statute governed by the Local Authority is also excluded, and neither the SELLER or the AUCTIONEER, is responsible for said non-compliance. 12.2 The PURCHASER acknowledges that he has not been induced into entering into this Agreement by any express or implied information, statement, advertisement or representation made or given any warranties in respect of the PROPERTY or anything relating thereto, by the AUCTIONEER or any other person, or by or on behalf of the SELLER and that is not contained in this Agreement. The PURCHASER hereby waives any rights whatsoever which he may otherwise have obtained against the SELLER or the AUCTIONEER as a result of such information, statement, advertisement, representation or warranty, made by or on behalf of the SELLER or the AUCTIONEER. 12.3 The PURCHASER acknowledges that he has fully acquainted himself with the PROPERTY he has purchased. Due to the fact that the PROPERTY is being disposed of as a result of a Court Order, the following facts are highlighted: 12.3.1 the PROPERTY could may be occupied illegally, that is by person(s) without a formal lease agreement and without the SELLER’s consent; 12.3.2 the SELLER might may not have been in a position to maintain the PROPERTY; 12.3.3 the SELLER’s representatives might may not have gained access to the PROPERTY to determine the current state of repair; 12.3.4 all municipal services and/or connections to the PROPERTY might may not be available or might may be illegally connected at the time of 12.3.5 the SELLER’s might may upon handover of the propertyPROPERTY to the PURCHASER, only have 1(one) key to 1(one) entrance door to 12.3.6 if the propertyPROPERTY is occupied by a tenant under any contract of lease whether verbal or written, the PURCHASER acknowledges that he/she are is fully aware of the terms and conditions of this contract of lease and the rights of this tenant under this contract of lease. Notwithstanding the aforesaid, the PURCHASER acknowledges and understands the risk related to purchasing the PROPERTY, more specifically as it relates to maintenance and obtaining vacant occupation. 12.4 Accordingly the Purchaser, irrevocabley renounces any claims that he may have against the Seller in respect of any patent or latent defects of whatsoever nature in the property PROPERTY and indemnifies the Seller against any damages, liability and /or costs of whatsoever nature that the Seller may suffer or become liable for as a result of any patent or latent defects. 13. BREACH
13.1 If one of the Parties commits a breach of this Agreement or fails to comply with any of the provisions hereof, then the Aggrieved Party shall be entitled to give the Defaulting Party 7 (seven) days notice in writing to remedy such breach or failure (unless such breach or failure occurs after the transfer documents have been lodged in the Deeds Office for registration, in which case the 7 (seven) day period may, at the election of the Aggrieved Party be reduced to 48 (forty eight) hours), if the Defaulting Party is the PURCHASER and fails to comply with such notice then the SELLER shall forthwith be entitled, but not obliged, without prejudice to any other rights or remedies which the SELLER may have in law, including 13.1.1 to cancel this Agreement and upon cancellation the PURCHASER shall forfeit all monies paid to the SELLER. The AUCTIONEER and/or the SELLER'S Attorneys and / or the SELLER shall further to any rights they may have, retain the right to recover from the PURCHASER any costs incurred by the SELLER to present the PROPERTY at the auction, any further costs to be incurred by the SELLER to re-auction or to re-sell the PROPERTY as well as any difference between the purchase price and the price achieved at any subsequent sale of the PROPERTY by the SELLER. A certificate issued by the SELLER or his representative, whose authority needs not be proven, shall be prima facie evidence of any such costs and/or difference in purchase price as contemplated herein. The PURCHASER and the SELLER specifically agree that the AUCTIONEER shall be entitled, but not obliged, to immediately resubmit the PROPERTY for auction and all costs pertaining thereto shall be borne and paid for by the PURCHASER in addition to any other claims that he may be liable for in terms of the Agreement; 13.1.2 to claim immediate performance and/or payment of all the Defaulting Party's obligations in terms hereof. 13.2 Upon cancellation of this Agreement for whatever reason, the PURCHASER hereby undertakes to forthwith vacate the PROPERTY and to procure that the PROPERTY shall be vacated by any persons who occupy the PROPERTY through the PURCHASER'S title or by his permission.
Occupation shall be re-delivered in the same good condition as at the date of possession. 13.3 Occupancy of the PROPERTY by the PURCHASER or persons on the authority of the PURCHASER shall not create a tenancy either in terms of any statutory provision or at common law. 14. LEGAL COSTS
The Defaulting Party shall be liable for all legal costs incurred by the Aggrieved Party, the AUCTIONEER and his Agent / Attorneys in enforcing the terms of this agreement, on an Attorney and own client scale, including collection commission. 15. DOMICILIUM
15.1 The PURCHASER and the SELLER hereby choose domicilium citandi et executandi for all purposes in respect of this agreement, including notices and Court process, the address recorded below his signature hereunder. Any notice sent by pre-paid registered post shall be deemed to have been received on the fifth day after posting; any notice delivered by hand shall be deemed to have been received on the day of delivery; any notice sent by telefax or electronically transmitted by email, shall be deemed to have been received on the first business day after date of dispatch 15.2 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained, any written notice or communication actually received by a Party to this Agreement shall be deemed to be adequate written notice or communication to him notwithstanding that it was not sent or delivered at the chosen domicilium citandi et executandi or transmitted to such Party's telefax number and/or email address as stipulated herein. 15.3 The terms of "writing" shall include communications by email or facsimile. 16. JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY
16.1 If this agreement is concluded with more than one PURCHASER, the liability of all such PURCHASERS to the SELLER and to the AUCTIONEER shall be joint and several in solidum. 17. SECTION 115 OF THE COMPANIES ACT
17.1 It is recorded that the SELLER and the PURCHASER are aware of the provisions of Section 115 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 ("Section 115"), namely that if the SELLER is a company and if the PROPERTY constitutes either the whole or the greater part of the undertaking of the SELLER, or the whole or the greater part of the assets of the SELLER, then the directors of the SELLER shall not have the power, save by a special resolution of the directors of the SELLER, to dispose of the PROPERTY. 17.2 Accordingly, the SELLER warrants that the provisions of Section 115 are not applicable to the sale of the PROPERTY. 17.3 If Section 115 is applicable to the sale of the PROPERTY and if the directors of the SELLER have not already been granted the necessary power in terms of Section 115 to dispose of the PROPERTY, then within 45 (forty five) days of the acceptance date the SELLER shall procure that its directors pass and submit for registration by the Registrar of Companies, a special resolution ratifying the sale of the PROPERTY. 18. COMPANIES, CLOSE CORPORATIONS, ASSOCIATIONS OR TRUSTS
18.1 Should the PURCHASER be a company, close corporation, association or trust, the person signing this agreement on behalf of such PURCHASER, by his signature hereto interposes and binds himself as surety for and co-principal debtor with the PURCHASER for the due and proper discharge of all its obligations arising from this agreement. 19. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE AND/OR ENTOMOLOGIST CERTIFICATE
19.1 The PURCHASER hereby undertakes to furnish the SELLER'S Attorneys, prior to occupation or transfer by the PURCHASER, whichever is the earlier, with a Certificate of Compliance in respect of the PROPERTY, in terms of the Electrical Installation Regulations of 2009 under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (Act No. 85 of 1993, as amended), issued by an electrical contractor who is registered in terms of the Regulations. All costs incurred in obtaining such a certificate, including costs of any repairs or replacements required in order for the certificate to be issued, shall be borne by the PURCHASER.
19.2 The PURCHASER hereby undertakes to furnish the SELLER’s Attorneys, prior to occupation by the PURCHASER or registration of transfer into the name of the PURCHASER, with a certificate to the effect that the timber in the buildings on the PROPERTY is free of infestation by wood- boring insects. The SELLER shall have no liability whatsoever should it be found that insects infest the timber in the buildings on the PROPERTY. 20 MAGISTRATES' COURT JURISDICTION
The Parties hereto consent to the jurisdiction of the Magistrates' Court in terms of Section 45 read with Section 28 of the Magistrates' Court Act of 1944 as amended. Notwithstanding the aforementioned, this shall not preclude either Party from approaching the High Court of South Africa for any 21 GENERAL CLAUSES
21.1 These Conditions of Sale constitute the whole agreement between the Parties as to the subject matter hereof and no agreement, representation or warranty between the Parties other than those set out herein are binding on the Parties. 21.2 No extension of time, waiver, indulgence or suspension of any of the provisions of this agreement, which any Party hereto may have given, shall be binding unless recorded in a written document signed by all Parties. 21.3 No variation or alteration or cancellation of these Conditions of Sate or any of the terms hereof, shall be of any force or effect, unless in writing 21.4 Words importing the singular shall include the plural and vice versa, and words importing the masculine gender shall include the feminine and words importing persons shall include partnerships and bodies corporate, and vice versa. 21.5 The Parties signing this document confirm that they have read and understood all of the terms and conditions contained herein and agree that 21.6 The SELLER warrants that he is duly authorized to sign acceptance of the Deed of Sale. 22. BANK EMPLOYEES
22.1 I, ________________________________________________ (the PURCHASER) warrant that I am not an employee or a director of the SELLER or any of its subsidiaries or associates. 22.2 If clause 21.1 is applicable to the PURCHASER, the purchaser is required in terms of S91(2) of the Bank’s Act 94 or 1990, as amended, to disclose this information at the time of concluding this agreement. Failure to do so would put the PURCHASER in breach of this agreement. THUS DONE AND SIGNED by the PURCHASER at ______________________ on the ____ day of ________________________ 20 ______. PURCHASER
THUS DONE AND SIGNED by the SELLER at _____________________ on the ____ day of ________________________ 20 ______. _________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ WITNESS SELLER (1) WITNESS SELLER (2)
THUS DONE AND SIGNED by the AUCTIONEER at _____________________ on the ____ day of ________________________ 20 ______. _________________________________________________________ AUCTIONEER
Annexure A (must be completed in full)
38 Oscarina Crescent Clarina 28.1152 E 25.6512 S (CURRENT)
bought in a legal
14th Floor, 45 Commissioner Street,
South Africa
0860 103 869
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Annexure B
The MyRoof Auctions are fully compliant with the Regulations of the Consumer Protection Act (Act 68 of 2008) as well as section 45 of the Act. A copy of the Regulations can be found at . Any reference to “the Act” in these Rules of Auction, refer specifically to the Consumer Protection Act (Act 68 of 2008). The auctioneer is Classroom Teachers UK (Pty) Ltd (Reg no 2002/027914/23), trading as The auctioneer has a trust account into which all monies will be paid for the benefit of the Seller, minus the agreed commission, as required in terms of section 21(2)(h) of the Regulations Any reference to Seller, herein contained, is made to the Standard Bank of South Africa Limited as registered owner, or legally entitled, through a court order, to dispose of the immovable property(s) which property(s) have been advertised and form part of this auction. Bidders need to register for each auction as provided for in Regulation 30(2) of the Act which requires the following: (a) Full names, identification or passport number, age, physical address, internet protocol address, and where applicable, login code or name and (b) The details of the means by which payment will be effected. As a result of the above requirement, no “nominee bids” will be accepted. Agents purchasing on behalf of a principal must provide a copy of the required written mandate/resolution/proxy at time of registering for the auction and have to comply with the requirements of Regulation 26(3) of the The conduct of the auction is subject to the control of the AUCTIONEER who has the sole right to regulate the bidding procedure. The sale shall be conducted as an on-line auction, and the PROPERTY shall be sold to the bidder with the best bid, which might not necessarily be Each online auction conducted by MyRoof has a specific start date and time, and a specific closing date and time, which will always be advertised The bidders’ pre-auction offer becomes a bid unless the bidder (pre-auction offer) exercises an option to withdraw the bid. Every on-line bid shall constitute an offer to purchase the PROPERTY for the amount bid, which the SELLER or the AUCTIONEER may accept or reject in their absolute discretion. The SELLER and the AUCTIONEER are entitled, in their absolute discretion to withdraw the PROPERTY from If no bid equals or exceeds the reserve price, the PROPERTY may be withdrawn from the auction. The SELLER shall be entitled to instruct the AUCTIONEER to accept any lower bid.
In the event of any dispute between the bidders, the decision of the AUCTIONEER shall be final and binding. Any error by the AUCTIONEER shall be entitled to be corrected by it. No bid may be withdrawn after acceptance and confirmation which will occur simultaneously. The accepted bidder ("the PURCHASER") shall sign these Conditions of Sale no later than 16h00 on the next business day following acceptance of his / her bid by returning same to the AUCTIONEER at its nominated contact details. Bidders are specifically referred to subsection (2) of section 45 of the Act, which subsection reads as follows: “When goods are put up for sale on auction in lots, each lot is, unless there is evidence to the contrary, regarded to be the subject of a separate It is accordingly recorded that each property, to be sold at this auction, is the subject of a separate transaction. The bidders’ record, as contemplated in Regulation 26 of the Act, and the vendor roll, contemplated in Regulation 28(4) of the Act, are available for inspection during normal hours without the charge of a fee. MyRoof Auctions Physical Address : 373 Timothy Street, Waterkloof Glen, 0081 Names of auctioneer(s) : Godfried Frederik Andrew Duncker Signed copies of these rules can be requested in writing from


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