Listing Policy for what Items may Be Listed on Salvage Managers:
As required in the Salvage Managers' Terms and Conditions, each Seller on Salvage Managers is solely responsible for complying with all applicable laws and regulations for each item listed and sold on the Salvage Managers Marketplace. We are based at India; hence we have full respect for Indian laws. Our compliances are in line with Indian regulations. Any unintentional mistake should never be constituted as intentional breach of Indian or International laws. For such actions buyers and sellers would themselves be responsible; we are merely mediators to the entire salvage / scrap disposal process.
Any goods prohibited by items concerned government authorities should not be placed on auction site. As such salvage Managers has rights to refuse listing of any item, if it is satisfied that buying and selling of those goods are not according to prevailing law of land. These guidelines do not constitute legal advice. Sellers and Buyers are strongly advised to consult with an attorney and/or the appropriate government regulatory agencies to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
OTHER PRODUCT CONSIDERATIONS :-
International Trade - Importing Goods:
Sellers and buyers are required to comply with all applicable laws, including those for importing goods into the country where the goods will be imported with that country. Some items may be prohibited or restricted or they may require special licenses or permits. For items imported for personal use, importers might have to pay a duty or tax on the item, even if the item is used. The amount of the duty, if any, depends on the type of item and its value. For items imported for commercial purposes (intended for resale), importers need to deal with possible quotas, taxes or duty payments, and government filings. In addition, commercial goods may have special entry requirements.
International Trade -- Exporting Goods:
Sellers and buyers have the sole responsibility to comply with all applicable laws, including those for exporting goods. Sellers and buyers are required to comply with the laws of the countries where both the goods are located and any country into which the goods will be imported. These laws may be complex depending upon the goods being sold and the countries where the goods are located and into which they will be imported may be subjected to economic sanction of those countries. Since Salvage Managers is an Indian company, SalvageManagers does not permit sales on its Marketplace to the countries, companies or persons subject to these economic sanction programs. Information on these economic sanction laws and lists of prohibited companies and persons may be obtained from the respective government department. Some countries have laws that restrict the types of products that may be imported into their countries. For information on customs regulations in other countries, visit the website maintained by the World Customs Organization at http://www.wcoomd.org/ie/index.html
Some manufacturers of branded goods protect their brands by contractually restricting the wholesalers or retailers of their goods from re-selling the goods through certain sales channels. In many salvage situations, the insurance company or transporter may be similarly required to abide by these contractual resale restrictions.
Any resale restrictions required by the seller must be clearly set forth in the terms of sale for the listed item. Since the terms of any sale are strictly between the buyer and the seller, the enforcement of any resale restrictions is solely the responsibility of the seller and/or the buyer, as agreed by the parties.
We are e-Salvage Settlers, Auctioneer & salvaging agency (approved by IRDA surveyors & authorized by Underwriters) since April 2005, the only salvage auction agency complying with CVC guidelines with pan India presence.