By South Carolina law, everything sold at auction must have a contract. A contract can be negotiated with ODAC to fit your individual needs. The contract will be returned to the auction staff. This contract gives ODAC the sole right to sell the listed merchandise until the specified auction date.
There is a possibility that ODAC can transport your merchandise to the auction site if you do not have the means to do so, or are not able to do so. There will be ODAC employees to assist you in unloading, tagging, and placement of your merchandise at the sale site.
All merchandise requiring a title (vehicles, trailers, and equipment) must be given to ODAC at time of check-in at the sale site. No exceptions. Titles must be clear of any discrepancies, or clearly listed. Titles with liens must be accompanied by the lending institution's name, address, phone number, and contact person. An item can be sold without a title, but must be clearly marked "no title" or NT.
ODAC does not provide price protection during any auction. A person must be present to represent their merchandise. Any merchandise not represented will be sold to the highest bidder.
At the conclusion of the auction, you will receive an itemized list with details of merchandise and the price it was sold for. Your itemized list should correspond with your contract. Checks will be mailed to the address on the original contract 3-10 business days after the sale