Interested parties should register their interests with the selling agents as soon as possible. The selling agents may set a closing date for the offers but are not obliged to do so. The sellers are not obliged to accept the highest offer or indeed any offer. Offers should be sub-mitted to the selling agents in Scottish legal terms and a solicitor should be instructed by those intending to offer.
These particulars, although believed to be correct, do not form, or form any part of, an offer or contract and are not to be relied on as statements or repre-sentations of fact. Statements in these particulars are made without liability on the part of the agents or vendors and any remedy available because of any inaccuracy in the particulars, is excluded. A prospective purchaser should satisfy himself as to the correctness or otherwise of these particulars and con-sult his solicitor thereon. Neither the vendor nor the agent nor any person in their employ has any authority to make or give any representation or warran-ty whatever in relation to the property mentioned in the particulars.