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private treaty

a sale of property for a price agreed directly between seller and buyer.
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If the answer is yes, then it is likely that a private treaty sale to a UK museum will be financially more advantageous to the seller.
BioPharma 671058 is a private treaty sale for a 2012 Rousselet Robatel ENBL1663S horizontal centrifuge used for solid/liquid separation from a manufacturing facility of a Fortune 500 global life sciences company located in Singapore.
3 Just like selling your home via private treaty, your property details are marketed online through Auction House's national database of buyers, local press, Rightmove and other online portals.
Croxton Cottage and Yew Tree did much better at auction than if they were sold by private treaty," said Mr Gittins.
While we are engaging in discussions with our government on the amendment of relevant laws, the sales of land will now only be through private treaty or tender," she said.
Pro Auction Limited are one of Europe's leading specialist valuers & auctioneer, providing a comprehensive range of services to ensure that the full value of surplus or redundant assets are realised, to maximum value, be that by a private treaty, tender or auction.
Typically, auction properties are set at realistic levels compared to private treaty sales - we have seen fairly static prices for the last three years.
In this, it differs somewhat from the "normal" method of selling by private treaty, which will often attract a proportion of interest from buyers who are not in such a favourable position.
Jones Peckover said private treaty sales held up well at the back end of last year as investors bet on another three years of historic payments.
The requests stated that if the government wanted to sell leased land of any petrol pump, the same may be sold to a lessee through the Private Treaty Law on the existing market rate.
This event offers private treaty Huacaya and Suri alpaca sales as well as locally produced alpaca fiber, yam and apparel.
AN upcoming Ferrari sale could become the world's most valuable car deal ever, when RM Auctions offer a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO by private treaty.