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Seized Goods Various government agencies have the power to seize goods from the general public. For example HMRC may employ bailiffs to seize people’s property if they haven’t paid their tax bill. One of the sources in our guide has a relationship with HMRC and sells items on their behalf to realise unpaid tax bills.
More About Government Auctions Government ministries and departments make their own arrangements for disposing of items.  Some of these are disposed of via auctions, and some are sold by other means, for example by companies who are specialised in this field.  The relevant sources are listed in the members area. Newer Goods Government auctions may often contain newer items for sale than more traditional auctions.  This is because sometimes the government sets up temporary organisations (for example, following a national emergency).  After the work is complete, it will often close, leaving computers and other equipment surplus to requirements that needs to be disposed of quickly and cheaply.
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Police and Government Auction Sources UK is available to download now (mobile users can view online) as a PDF document which includes over 40 pages of information plus access to our members area where you can access the websites, telephone numbers and locations for auction establishments all over the UK that deal with police, government, car and property auctions. You will also receive a weekly email (sent each Sunday) which gives access to an additional PDF (updated each week) showing a daily summary of the auctions due to be taking place during the coming week. We believe this is a useful way for you to see the key auctions taking place during the week without having to go through the full list of auction sources yourself.
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Contact  |  About  |  Privacy  |  Terms © 2017 police-auctions.org.uk
More About Government Auctions Government ministries and departments make their own arrangements for disposing of items.  Some of these are disposed of via auctions, and some are sold by other means, for example by companies who are specialised in this field.  The relevant sources are listed in the members area. Newer Goods Government auctions may often contain newer items for sale than more traditional auctions.  This is because sometimes the government sets up temporary organisations (for example, following a national emergency).  After the work is complete, it will often close, leaving computers and other equipment surplus to requirements that needs to be disposed of quickly and cheaply.
Seized Goods Various government agencies have the power to seize goods from the general public. For example HMRC may employ bailiffs to seize people’s property if they haven’t paid their tax bill. One of the sources in our guide has a relationship with HMRC and sells items on their behalf to realise unpaid tax bills.
Access Police and Government Auctions Now
Police and Government Auction Sources UK is available to download now (mobile users can view online) as a PDF document which includes over 40 pages of information plus access to our members area where you can access the websites, telephone numbers and locations for auction establishments all over the UK that deal with police, government, car and property auctions. You will also receive a weekly email (sent each Sunday) which gives access to an additional PDF (updated each week) showing a daily summary of the auctions due to be taking place during the coming week. We believe this is a useful way for you to see the key auctions taking place during the week without having to go through the full list of auction sources yourself.
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