United States Bankruptcy Auction - South Carolina
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United States Bankruptcy Auction - South Carolina

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SOLD FOR $1,241,200!

Fisher Auction Company and Century 21 Expert Advisors, as exclusive marketing agents, are pleased to offer a 5,233± Square Foot Luxury Waterfront Estate Home on an expansive .55± Acre Lot. This Prime Estate provides spectacular panoramic Stono River Views.



· Palatial 5,233± Square Foot Custom Built Luxury Waterfront Estate with breathtaking Stono River Views

· Commanding .55± Acre Lot in Prestigious Royal Harbor Subdivision

· Unique Contemporary Masterpiece with Modern Innovation and Luxurious Features

· Prime Location on quiet street in Waterfront Community with Evening Security Gate

· Quality Construction is defined in this 4 Bedroom, 4 Full and 1 Half Bathroom Waterfront Retreat

· Within minutes to Historic Downtown Charleston, Pristine Area Beaches and Charleston International Airport

· Deep Water Lot with Ocean Access via the Stono River (Intracoastal Waterway)

· Professionally Outfitted Chef’s Kitchen with 2 Bosch Dishwashers, 2 Dacor Convection Ovens, Miele Steam Oven, 2 Gaggenau Glass Cook Tops, Viking Refrigerator and Dacor Warming Oven.

· Custom Cabinetry and Luxurious Stone Surfaces throughout

· Additional Features include a heated In-Ground Pool, Boat Lift, Floating Dock with a Mean Low Water Depth of 10 Feet, and 2 Car Garage

· Luxury Features include a Fossil Stone Fireplace, Expansive Master Suite with Unique Fireplace, 2nd Floor Cedar Lined Laundry Room, Wet Bar, Wine Cooler, and Elevator



United States Bankruptcy Court, District of South Carolina

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case: Case No. 19-06512-jw


Exhibit “B”


Online Real Estate Auction

U.S. Bankruptcy Court | District of South Carolina

RE: Brian James MacDonald | Case No.: 19-06512-jw

5718 Captain Kidd Road, Hollywood, South Carolina 29449
Thursday, March 4, 2021 Beginning @ 11:00 AM ET; Ending @ 1:00 PM ET


Please review this document (“Terms and Conditions”) carefully. In order to be eligible to bid on the Property, a Bidder must sign their Acknowledgment and Acceptance of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.


The Online Real Estate Auction (“Online Auction” or “Auction”) shall begin on Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 11:00 AM ET and will conclude on Thursday, March 4, 2021, at 1:00 PM ET.


Registration is required to become a qualified and eligible online bidder (“Bidder”). To register, a prospective Bidder must:

(a) Complete the Online Bidder Registration Form providing Bidder’s full name, company name, residence / business addresses (if applicable) with telephone numbers, cellular telephone number, facsimile number, email address, a copy of a State valid driver’s license number or a valid passport, and the name(s) and / or entity in which the Bidder will take title to the Property.

(b) Bidders must wire into Dodds Hennessy & Stith, LLP’s IOLTA Account (the “Escrow / Settlement Agent”), via a Federal wire transfer in U.S. Funds (not an ACH Credit) a $50,000 Initial Escrow Deposit no later than Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET (forty-eight hours in advance of the Auction’s end time of 1:00 PM ET on Thursday, March 4, 2021). Contact Fisher Auction Company for wiring instructions via email info@fisherauction.com or call 954.942.0917, Ext. 4124. All wired deposits must be verified by Fisher Auction Company prior to being approved to bid.  

(c) Complete the Return of Initial Escrow Deposit Form.

(d) Sign / Date / Time an acknowledgment that the Bidder has read and agrees to be bound by these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

(e) Execute the Online Bidder Contract.

(f) Sign /Date / Time the Acknowledgement of review of the Consent Order Regarding Procedure to Sell Property.

(g) Return the required five (5) executed documents to Fisher Auction Company, 2112 East Atlantic Boulevard, Pompano Beach, Florida 33062; Facsimile: 954.782.8143; Email: info@fisherauction.com no later than 1:00 PM ET, Tuesday, March 2, 2021.


(a) If the Sellers by and through Fisher Auction Company (“Auctioneer”) and Century 21 – Expert Advisors (“Broker”) accepts a bid (“Successful Bid”) for the Property, then the successful Bidder will be required to execute, as Buyer (“Buyer”) (i) the Agreement/Contract: To Buy and Sell Real Estate (Residential) and its Addendums (“Contract”), which has been previously furnished to Bidder, immediately following the bidding and / or no later than the conclusion of the Online Auction, with no changes / exceptions (ii) within twenty-four (24) hours of Sale Approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Carolina, initiate a wire transfer for an Additional Escrow Deposit equal to the difference between 10% of the Total Purchase Price and the Initial Escrow Deposit, to the Escrow Agent, Dodds Hennessey & Stith, LLP. Bidder will have no later than twenty-four (24) hours following the end of the Auction to execute and return the Contract and no later than twenty-four (24) hours of Sale Approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Carolina, to initiate the wire transfer. If the Successful Bidder does not initiate the wire for the Escrow Deposit as stated above and execute and return the Contract within twenty-four (24) hours from the end of the Auction, they will be considered in default and the $50,000 Initial Escrow Deposit will be forfeited and considered as liquidated damages.

(b) The amount of (i) the Successful Bid AND (ii) 7% of the Successful Bid (“Buyer’s Premium”), added together, will be the Total Purchase Price (“Total Purchase Price”) for the Property to be purchased by the Buyer under the Contract together with closing costs as further provided in the Contract.


By participating in the Auction, each Qualified Bidder consents to its bid being designated as a back-up bid in the event its bid is designated as the second highest and best offer to purchase the Property (the “Immediate Back-Up Bid") and as such, will execute the Contract at their bid price. If the successful Bidder fails to consummate the sale of the Property by the required closing date because of a breach or failure to perform on the part of such successful Bidder, the successful Bidder shall forfeit its Bidder Deposit to the Sellers and the next highest or otherwise best qualified bid for the Property will be deemed to be the Successful Bid, and the Sellers will be authorized to consummate the sale with the applicable second highest Bidder, submitting such bid without further order of the Bankruptcy Court (the “Immediate Back-Up Bidder"). The Closing to the Immediate Back-up Bidder shall take place within twenty (20) calendar days after such Immediate Back-Up Bidder receives notice from Sellers that the successful Bidder failed to close, and that the Sellers have elected to proceed to close with the Immediate Back-Up Bidder. If the Immediate Back-Up Bidder is unable or unwilling to close in the time permitted, the Immediate Back-Up Bidder shall forfeit its Bidder Deposit to the Sellers. In the event that the successful Bidder closes, the Escrow / Settlement Agent shall return to the Immediate Back-Up Bidder its Bidder Deposit within three (3) business days after the closing. In the event the Immediate Back-Up Bidder closes on the purchase of the Property, its Bidder Deposit shall be applied by the Sellers against the purchase price.


(a) The Closing (“Closing”) will take place within twenty (20) calendar days from the date of the signed U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Carolina, Order Approving the Sale. The Closing will be coordinated and administered through the offices of the Escrow / Settlement Agent; Dodds Hennessy & Stith, LLP; 973 Houston Northcutt Blvd., Ste. 101, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464; Phone: 843.881.1022, Facsimile: 843.884.0351.

(b) The remaining balance of the Total Purchase Price will be due and payable by Buyer at Closing by Wire Transfer of immediately available U.S. funds, pursuant to written instructions from the Escrow / Settlement Agent. Buyer shall receive credit for the Escrow Deposits which shall be released from escrow and applied by the Escrow / Settlement Agent towards the Total Purchase Price at Closing.

(c) Time shall be of the essence as to Buyer's obligations in these General Terms and Conditions and as described in the Contract.


(a) The Seller will provide an Owner’s Title Commitment and Policy on the Property through the Escrow / Settlement Agent. The Title Commitment and the Premium for the Owner’s Title Policy shall be paid by the Buyer. The Commitment and Owner’s Title Insurance Policy shall be issued by the Settlement Agent from Chicago Title Insurance Company.

(b) Except as provided for herein, it is understood and agreed that fee simple title to the Property is being sold to the Buyer without representation or warranty and subject to the Permitted Exceptions.

(c) The Seller will convey title by a Quit Claim Deed (“Deed”).

(d) Title to the Property will be subject to the exceptions set forth in the proposed Commitment (“Permitted Exceptions”). Buyer agrees to take title to the Property subject to the Permitted Exceptions, among other matters as described in these General Terms and Conditions of Sale and in the Contract.

(e) Buyer agrees that the Property is subject to all laws, ordinances, codes, rules and regulations of applicable governmental authorities pertaining to the ownership, use and occupancy of the Property including, but not limited to, zoning, land use, building codes, homeowner association documents / fees, if any, and agrees to take title subject to such matters, and the following permitted exceptions:  (i) all covenants, restrictions, easements and agreements of record now on the Property; (ii) all liens for unpaid municipal charges not yet due; (iii) the state of facts which would be shown by a current survey or inspection of the Property; (iv) any matter created by or through Buyer; (v) any title matters which Buyer has accepted or is deemed to have accepted as set forth in the Contract; (vi) such other matters that will not make the Property unusable or unmarketable for residential purposes.

(f) Seller is not providing to Buyer any survey of the Property. In the event Buyer desires to obtain a survey of the Property, Buyer will be solely responsible to obtain, and pay for, such survey without reducing the proceeds of the Total Purchase Price payable to Seller at the Closing. Buyer shall not have the right to terminate the Contract based upon the results of the survey.


(a) The sale of the Property is an “All Cash” transaction and shall not be subject to any contingencies or post due diligence.

(b) The Sellers, Century 21 – Expert Advisors and Fisher Auction Company and their representatives, attorneys, agents, and sub-agents, assume no liability for errors or omissions in this or any other property listing or advertising or promotional / publicity statements and materials. The Sellers, Century 21 – Expert Advisors and Fisher Auction Company and their representatives, attorneys, agents and sub-agents, make no representation or guarantee as to the accuracy of the information herein contained or in any other property listing or advertising or promotional / publicity statements and materials. Neither Fisher Auction Company, Century 21 – Expert Advisors nor the Sellers have any obligation to update this information. Neither Fisher Auction Company, Century 21 – Expert Advisors nor the Sellers, their Agents and Sub-Agents, attorneys, Escrow / Settlement Agent, representatives, members, managers or affiliates have any liability whatsoever for any oral or written representations, warranties, or agreements relating to a Property except as is expressly set forth in the Contract.

(c) The Property is sold in its “AS IS AND WHERE IS” condition and with all faults and defects, with no representations or warranties, express or implied. The Property is sold free and clear of all liens, claims, encumbrances and other interests including any back real estate taxes owed. All Bidders are encouraged to inspect the Property prior to placing any bid at the Online Auction and the Successful Bidder, as Buyer, acknowledges that it has had a reasonable opportunity to inspect and examine all aspects of the Property and make inquiries of applicable governing authorities pertaining to such matters in connection with the Property as Buyer has deemed necessary or desirable prior to the Online Auction. Bidders should review all applicable zoning, land use, code compliance, environmental matters, physical condition, and any and all other governmental statutes, ordinances, rules, laws and regulations and do such other due diligence in advance of execution of this document and all of the accompanying documents in connection with the purchase of the Property (“Governing Documents”). Please review all Governing Documents carefully, including the Consent Order Regarding Procedure to Sell Property and seek the advice of an attorney if Bidder feels it is necessary.

(d) Competitive bidding is an essential element of an Online Auction sale, and such a sale should be conducted fairly and openly with full and free opportunity for competition among bidders. Any conduct, artifice, agreement, or combination the purpose and effect of which is to stifle fair competition and chill the bidding, is against public policy and will cause the sale to be set aside. Collusion / Bid Rigging is a Federal Felony punishable by imprisonment and fine. Fisher Auction Company will report all illegal conduct to the F.B.I., the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and will cooperate with any prosecution.

(e) The Property may be withdrawn from the Online Auction at any time without notice and is subject to prior sale.

(f) Sellers / Court in their absolute sole discretion, reserve the right to amend, negotiate, modify, or add any terms and conditions to these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, the Contract and to announce such amendments, modifications, or additional terms and conditions at any time, including during this Online Auction.

(g) The bidding increments shall be determined by the Auctioneer, in its reasonable discretion.

(h) The highest bid shall be the Successful Bid only if same is acceptable to and accepted by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Carolina at the Final Sale Hearing.

(i)If you are unsure about anything regarding the Property or the Governing Documents, do not place a bid or participate in the Online Auction. Review of the Governing Documents, including the Consent Order Regarding Procedure to Sell Property, and all of the terms and conditions as well as a review of the Property before making any bids is strongly recommended and you will be deemed to have done so on execution of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

(j) At the close of this Online Auction, upon the acceptance of the Purchaser’s bid is an acknowledgment that such bid is the highest bid, at which time it became a binding agreement to purchase the Property. Thereafter, you may not withdraw your bid and you are obligated to execute the Contract. Whether such bid is accepted, is subject to approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Carolina .

(k) In the event a conflict exists between the Contract and the General Terms and Conditions of Sale, then, (i) prior to Buyer’s execution and delivery of the Contract, the terms of the General Terms and Conditions of Sale shall govern and control and (ii) following Buyer’s execution and delivery of the Contract, the terms of the Contract shall govern and control over the General Terms and Conditions of Sale. However, in the event a conflict exists between the Contract or the General Terms and Conditions of Sale and the Consent Order Regarding Procedure to Sell Property or the Order Approving Sale, the Court Orders will control over any other document.


All announcements / notices provided to the bidders shall supersede and take precedence over all previously written or printed material and any other oral statements made; provided however that the Auctioneer shall not be authorized to make any representation or warranty (express or implied) with respect to the Property. The Auctioneer has the sole and absolute discretion to make any announcements via this Online Auction, including but not limited to any announcements that may amend or alter these Online Auction terms, conditions, or procedures that were previously set forth in written materials. In the event of a dispute over the bidding process, the Auctioneer shall make the sole and final decision and will have the right either to accept or reject the final bid or re-open the bidding.


If the Buyer fails to comply with any of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, the Sellers shall retain the required Initial and Additional Escrow Deposits, which shall be considered fully earned and non-refundable, under this Agreement and / or the Contract as liquidated damages and not as a penalty. The Escrow / Settlement Agent must immediately release the Initial and Additional Escrow Deposits upon request of the Sellers. Buyer acknowledges and understands that this provision is enforceable and shall not be deemed a penalty because the damages are not readily ascertainable and generally impossible to calculate under the circumstances. Upon Default and notice of same by Sellers to Escrow / Settlement Agent, Buyer understands and agrees to the immediate release of the Initial and Additional Escrow Deposit funds to the Sellers by Escrow / Settlement Agent without the requirement of further documentation or consent from Buyer. Fisher Auction Company and the Sellers also reserve the right to immediately put the Property up for sale again. These remedies are in addition to any other remedies, including specific performance and / or additional money damages that the Sellers and / or Fisher Auction Company may have in equity or at law.


All information was derived from sources believed to be correct but is not guaranteed. Bidders shall rely entirely on their own information, judgment, and inspection of the Property and records. Neither the Sellers, Century 21 – Expert Advisors nor Fisher Auction Company, its Agents and Sub-Agents makes any representation or warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of any information provided. All sizes, dimensions, drawings are approximations only.


Two Percent (2%) of the Final Bid Price will be paid to a qualified Licensed Real Estate Broker (“Buyer’s Broker”) whose registered Buyer’s offer is accepted by the Sellers / Court and closes on the Property, provided the Buyer’s Broker is not prohibited by law from being paid such commission. To qualify for a commission, the Buyer’s Broker must first register their prospect on the MANDATORY REAL ESTATE BUYER BROKER PARTICIPATION REGISTRATION form. The form must be received by the office of Fisher Auction Company no later than 1:00 PM ET Tuesday, March 2, 2021. This registration MUST be sent to Fisher Auction Company, Inc., 2112 East Atlantic Boulevard, Pompano Beach, FL 33062. Buyer’s Broker may fax their broker registration(s) to 954.782.8143 or email to info@fisherauction.com. NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Commissions will be paid only after closing and after Fisher Auction Company and Century 21 – Expert Advisors have been paid in full. Buyer’s Broker is not required to attend the Closing. If a Buyer’s Broker has not met all of these requirements, no commission will be paid to the Buyer’s Broker, even if the Buyer’s Broker’s prospect purchases the Property. No oral registrations will be accepted. Under no circumstances whatsoever will any commission be paid if the sale does not close for any reason. 


The Property is being sold to the Highest and Successful Bidder at or above a bid price of $600,000 plus the seven percent (7%) Buyer’s Premium, subject to the terms and conditions of the Governing Documents and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Approval at the Final Sale Hearing.


The Undersigned Bidder acknowledges receipt of a copy of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale and having read and understood the provisions set forth therein, accepts same and agrees to be bound thereby. Facsimile or electronic signatures will be treated and considered as original.

Buyer shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Sellers, the  Auctioneer, Fisher Auction Company,  and Century 21 – Expert Advisors, their officers, directors, employees, and agents, from and against any and all claims, demands, causes of action, costs, liabilities, losses, damages, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys and expert witness fees and expenses) (collectively, “Claims”), and by whomever brought, to the extent arising out of or in any way related to (i) the sale of, (ii) the performance of the parties’ obligations under this Agreement; (iii) the physical condition and quality (and express or implied representations regarding such condition and quality) of the Property or any portion thereof, (iv) any breach of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, Governing Documents, or the Contract; (v) any claim arising from the sale of the Property; (vi) any claim arising from Buyer’s participation in the Online Auction; or (vii) any other act, omission or representation by Buyer.


Fisher Auction Company cannot, and will not, be held responsible for any interruption in service, bidding extension times, errors, and/or omissions, caused by any means, therefore they cannot guarantee continual, uninterrupted or error free service as the website could be interfered with by means out of Fisher Auction Company’s control. Bidder acknowledges that this Online Auction is conducted electronically and relies on hardware and software that may malfunction without warning. Fisher Auction Company may void any sale, temporarily suspend bidding, extend bidding times and/or re-sell the Property that was affected by any malfunction. The decision of Fisher Auction Company is final.


 The U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Carolina shall retain exclusive jurisdiction over any matter or dispute relating to the sale.




If any action at law or in equity, including an action for declaratory relief, is brought to enforce or interpret any provision or provisions of this Agreement, the prevailing party will be entitled to reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, whether at the trial court and appellate level, in addition to all other costs associated with the action whether or not the action advances to judgment, in addition to any other relief to which that party may be entitled.


This Agreement embodies the entire agreement between the parties relative to the subject matter, and there are no oral or written agreements between the parties, or any representations made by either party relative to the subject matter, which are not expressly set forth herein. To the extent that any of the terms or provisions contained herein differs or conflicts with those contained within the Contract, the Contract shall control. However, the Consent Order Regarding Procedure to Sell Property or the Order Approving Sale will control over any other document.