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ioneer accepts this in whatever man 1x4 ner  4is custom 61x4 ary, usually the fall of the hammer.A bidder 
may withdraw his or her bid at any time before the fall of the hammer, but any bid in any event lap
ses as an offer on th 4e making of a 1x4  higher bid, s 61x4 o 4 that if x4 a higher bid is made, then withdrawn befor
e the fall of th 1x4 e hammer, the auctioneer cannot then purport to acce x4pt the previous highest bid. If 
an auction is without reserve then, whilst t 4here is no contract k61x4  of sale between the owner of the go
ods and the highest bidder (because the placi 1x4 ng of  61x4 goods in the auction is an invitation to treat), th
ere is a collateral contract between the auctioneer 61x4  and the highest  k61x4 bidder that the auction will be h
eld without reserve (i.e., th 4at the highest bid, however  1x4 low, will be accepted). The U.S. Uniform 
Commercial Code provides that in an a x4uction without reserve the  k61x4 goods may not be withdrawn on
ce they have  k61x4 been put up.

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