11. POSSESSION OF PROPERTY – We recommend that no buyer take physical possession of any property bid upon at this sale until a deed has been executed and delivered to him or her, and until the buyer has executed proper eviction procedures if necessary. It is the buyer’s responsibility to determine any contamination issues and no activities should be conducted on the site other than a baseline environmental assessment on contaminated properties if deemed necessary. Buyers are responsible for proper disposition of any personal property left on the real property they purchase. HOWEVER, STEPS SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PROTECT YOUR EQUITY IN THIS PROPERTY BY SECURING VACANT STRUCTURES AGAINST ENTRY AND OBTAINING (HOMEOWNER’S) INSURANCE FOR OCCUPIED PROPERTY. BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONTACTING LOCAL UNITS OF GOVERNMENT TO PREVENT POSSIBLE DEMOLITION OF STRUCTURES SITUATED ON PARCELS. 12. CONDITIONS – The purchaser accepts the premises in its present “as is” condition and releases the County Treasurer and employees and agents from all liability arising from any condition of the premises, whether now known or subsequently discovered, including but not limited to all claims based on environmental contamination of the premises. 13. RIGHT TO TERMINATE PURCHASE - The County Treasurer and the Auction Company reserve the Absolute Right to cancel any sale for any reason up to delivery of the deed. The extent of the County Treasurer’s liability shall be limited to the return of the actual amount paid by the buyer.
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