Northern Territory Government gazette : no. S49
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The Northern Territory Government Gazette No. S49, 3 October 2008 Page 5 23. The Lessee releases to the full extent permitted by law and indemnifies and shall keep indemnified the Territory from and against: (a) all actions, claims and demands made against the Territory in respect of any damage to or loss of property, personal injury or death sustained by any person, including the Lessee, its servants and agents and the employees, servants and agents of the Territory, in connection with the Lease Purpose or its activity on the leased land in any manner whatsoever; and (b) all costs, damages and expenses which may be incurred by the Territory in defending any action, claim or demand referred to in Condition 23(a), except if the damage, loss, injury or death is caused by a wilful or negligent act or omission of the Territory. 24. The Lessee may upon completion of the Development in accordance with the terms of this Lease and upon payment of any monies owing to the Territory, surrender the whole of this Lease in exchange for an estate in fee simple at nil cost, subject to the payment of any administrative costs and lodgement fees. RULES AND INFORMATION FOR THE GUIDANCE OF INTENDING BIDDERS Prospective purchasers are advised that a private licensed auctioneer, Mr Tony Pickering of KG Young and Associates has been appointed to conduct this public auction on behalf of the Territory. Each successful purchaser shall be required to provide their full name, residential address (including street or lot number) and occupation. This information is required so that the contract of sale for the Crown lease term can be correctly completed. Any person intending to bid on behalf of any company, business organisation or another person must produce satisfactory evidence of their authority to bid on behalf of their principal, otherwise the Crown lease term shall go to the successful bidder and the contract of sale shall be executed in their name only. In the case of companies, such evidence must be under company seal and accompanied with a Certificate of Registration showing the correct title and registered address of the company. Such evidence must be produced to the auctioneer before the auction date in order to avoid delay at the sale. Persons bidding on behalf of a company are advised that the Articles of Association of the Company may be required to be produced at Land Administration, Second Floor, Cavenagh House, 38 Cavenagh Street, Darwin before a Crown lease term can be issued. Terms of Payment: 1. Payment of the deposit may be made by cash or cheque, the deposit shall be payable immediately after the fall of the hammer. 2. Payment of the balance of the purchase price shall be paid by cash or bank cheque. Where payment is made by bank cheque, the bank cheque shall be for the correct amount.
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