auction lost property
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Sie können nicht abgeholte Fundsachen nach Ablauf einer Aufbewahrungsfrist öffentlich ersteigern
  • You can publicly bid on lost and found items that have not been collected after the end of a retention period.
  • Lost property that has not been picked up after the retention period has expired and is in good condition will be released for auction.
No documents are required.

Preconditions

  • well-preserved item

Hints

Due to the current Corona situation, we are only auctioning bicycles and lost property online via the Customs Auction website!

However, if the safekeeping involves disproportionate effort and costs, a found item may be auctioned earlier.

At the end of the storage period, the lost property will be sorted out by the Central Lost and Found Office in Hamburg. All lost property that cannot be auctioned or lost property with data that cannot be deleted will be used in accordance with data protection regulations.

Consumer Electronics, Clothing, Toys and Sporting Goods, Household Goods, Digital Devices, Watches and Jewellery.
  • The items called up in face-to-face auctions have not been checked for their functionality, nor has the roadworthiness of the bicycles been checked.
  • Therefore, the principle applies to all face-to-face auctions of the Lost and Found Office of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg: Bid as seen!
  • The bidder has no warranty claims due to a possible defect in the purchased item.
  • For reasons of space, it is unfortunately not possible to inspect the bicycles individually before the auctions. During the auction, the wheels will be presented in a way that is clearly visible to all visitors
Section 979 (1) of the German Civil Code (BGB)

Related Links

  • Lost and found online search
  • Auction of seized items (Cashier, Hamburg)
  • Central lost property office in Hamburg
  • Auction dates central lost property office Hamburg
  • Customs Auction
  • Lost property that has not been picked up after the retention period has expired and is in good condition will be released for auction.
  • You can then bid on these valuables at public auctions.
  • It is recommended that you take a close look at the lost property before the auction.
  • If you have bought a valuable item at a public auction, you pay directly on the spot and must take the valuable item with you immediately

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