Terms of sale are cash and payment in full must be made to the cashier immediately after the sale. A check is acceptable from properly identified individuals. On final payment for a mule, the cashier will issue an order which must be presented by buyer to the barn manager for delivery of the animal.
NOTICE: Tennessee Bad Check Law: Criminal felony for presenting a worthless check for payment. The Management of Tennessee Mule Sale will Extradite and Prosecute within the guidelines of these laws.
Mules shall belong to the buyer when they leave the ring. The consignor will be obliged to return the entry to the proper stall and to contact the buyer. All mules must be removed from the sale grounds immediately following the sale. If any person shall purchase a mule and fail to pay for it, nothing contained herein shall prevent the sales management from compelling such person to pay for it.
Buyer and spectators are cautioned to be careful while on the sale grounds and while the mules are being sold in the ring. The sales management or any of its employees or representatives shall not be held responsible for any accident that may occur to spectators, buyers, mules, equipment, or for loss by fire, theft, or injury in any way or any manner.
All mule will be sold on the information in the footnotes which were furnished by the consignor, the sale management is neither responsible for any such footnote or for warranties concerning the mules cataloged. It shall be the responsibility of the consignor to correct any necessary footnote by advising the sales management or the auctioneer.
All mules, not sold on/with a mare, must be coggins tested within twelve (12) months of the date of the sale. Health certificate only required at July sale in Shelbyville.
Tennessee Mule Sales - Reese Bros. are licensed and bonded with USDA packers and stockyards administration.
The sales managements acts as agents only and will endeavor to protect the interest of both buyer and seller.
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