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U.S. Embassy in Zagreb Holding Online Auctions

U.S. Embassy in Zagreb

The U.S. Embassy in Zagreb will be holding online auctions starting today.

Starting on Monday, 27 March, 2017, the Embassy will be holding auctions every two weeks until Friday 26 May, 2017.

The first auction will include two vehicles, whilst the other auctions will offer household and office furniture, as well as information technology and audio visual equipment.

The items are offered on a “where is and as is” basis, as by State Protocol RH and Croatian Ministry of finance and Custom with no custom fees, VAT or special taxes.

The Embassy is not responsible for custom or registration charges or for ascertaining whether or not the vehicle can be in fact registered.

Following documents will be provided to Winning bidder:

Invoice in Croatian Kuna
Croatian registration documentation by MUP
Croatian state Protocol office statement which aloes sale to Croatian citizen with no charge of custom fees, VAT or special taxes.
Public auction confirmation statement
Bid Announcement

One of the vehicles up for auction

Detailed information about the property available for sale can be found starting March 27, 2017 at the following website: http://www.usembassy.hr/auction.

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