• Place: In the Parking Lot on the Suckergarden Road 25 (in front of the warehouses) between the Yellow and Blue Building and SOL Gas station, (under a white tent on the parking lot) in Suckergarden, on Sint Maarten
  • Date: Thursday, May 27th, 2021 as of 10.00 hours a.m. (sharp)
Auction Date: 
May 27 , 2021


The long lease title and rights valid till October 31st, 2060, to the following immovable property:

A parcel of land having an area of FIVE HUNDRED SIXTY SQUARE METERS (560m²), situated on the island on Sint Eustatius, in the district of Princess, and further described in certificate of admeasurement number 076/2000 (EUX), with all appurtenances belonging thereto, hereinafter referred to as “property 1".

Reserved price for aforementioned property 1 (being the minimum bid) will be THREE HUNDRED SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS CURRENCY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (US$.307,000.00).

Potential buyers may enter a private bid, addressed to the notary, on the property on public sale before Thursday, May 13th, 2021.

The sales will take place under the customary auction conditions which are, by raised bid (in Dutch: “middels opbod”) subsequently by Dutch bid (in Dutch “afmijnen”) in one (1) session.

The general as well if any special conditions on the auction, will be available at Notary office Mingo situated at the Fouress Building, Emmaplein, Philipsburg.

Every bidder or potential buyer has to identify him or herself and provide the civil law notary with a written guarantee by a banking institution (for example a bank letter/or banker’s check) for the payment of his or her bid and the additional and affiliated auction charges which are for the buyer (as stipulated in the general auction conditions of civil law notary Mingo).

The buyer shall pay the notarial fee, the registration stamps, the disbursements, transfer tax, cancellations of mortgage(s), annulment of attachment(s), costs and charges of the notarial authentic report(s) of the auction and the conveyance of title to and the registration of the immovable property in the name of the buyer in the Public Registers, deed of assignment (in Dutch: "Akte de Command"), deed of acquittance, the aforementioned bankguarantee, and remaining costs and charges pursuant to the general and particular conditions of the auction.

Interested parties are strongly advised/recommended to:

(i)  to review the auction conditions before attending the auction;

(ii) to start requesting their bank guarantee at least four (4) weeks prior to the auction, come with a banker’s check or have the funds (being the amount of the bid the buyer wishes to place) deposited into the escrow account of the notary.

 Descriptions are based on available evaluation reports, some items have not been inspected inside, and the given information might therefore not be accurate. Potential buyers have the consumer’s obligation to inspect and check the property being sold on the public auction, for which the notary is neither accountable nor liable.