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Use of the's web site and the services we offer constitutes your acceptance of all terms and conditions stated in the below User Agreement.'s reserves the right to change or amend this agreement at any time. Changes or Amendments will be posted to our site and considered effective 30 days from the date they are posted to the site. If you do not agree to such changes, you may request that we close your account by contacting us.

All questions regarding this User Agreement should be sent via email to Legal Support.

1. Eligibility of Membership / Registration

To use our services, you must be at least 18 years of age and be able to form or enter into a legally binding contract in accordance with applicable laws. If you are eligible to use our services, you must complete the Registration process by providing's with true and correct information as required on the's registration form. If the information you provide is found to be false or non-verifiable, we may suspend or terminate your registration and account.

2.'s serves only as a Venue's is an Internet site on which registered users post ads offering merchandise which they possess and wish to sell in an open auction environment. Registered users may also bid on or buy such merchandise. At no time does's possess, hold, or offer any merchandise for sale or auction, nor are we involved in any part of the actual transaction.'s serves only as a venue in which individual sellers and buyers may engage in transactions between each other. Because of our non-involvement in these transactions, it is the sole responsibility of the seller to accurately represent the quantity, quality, safety, authenticity, and availability of the items the seller has listed on the site. Furthermore, it is the responsibility of the bidder/buyer to verify with the seller any or all information about any item listed on's, for which they intend on placing a bid, before placing such bid.'s can not be responsible for a sellers willingness or ability to sell any item they have listed, or a Bidders willingness to follow through with a transaction for an item(s) for which they have placed a bid. We encourage open communication between buyers and sellers before and after any transaction takes place.

3. User Verification

Because of difficulties involved with verification over the Internet,'s is unable to guarantee that a user is who they may claim to be. If you are uncertain as to another users identity, we suggest that you contact them. You may also review any members feedback profile to see what others have said about dealing with them.

4. Disputes and Release

Because's has no involvement in transactions between users we can not get involved in disputes between users. You hereby release's (including all officers, employees, parent companies, contractors, suppliers, or agents) from any and all types of damages or claims resulting from such disputes.

5. Selling on's

Review the listing policy for more information

6. Placing Bids

By placing a bid on an item(s) listed on's, you are stating that you have the ability and intention to purchase the item for the amount of your bid, should the auction end and you are the high bidder. In the case of a reserve auction, if your bid meets or exceeds the sellers stated reserve price, you agree to purchase the item(s) for the amount of your winning bid.

Before placing a bid in an auction, you should be certain you understand all terms and conditions of the sale as indicated by the seller. Placing a bid is considered a legal, binding contract in most states. If you have any questions about an item, or the seller offering the item, you should ask the seller before placing your bid.

Only in certain situations would bid withdrawal be acceptable. These situations may include:

a) The seller has made material changes to the description of the item after your bid was placed.
b) The seller has made a typographical error in the description of the item.
c) You have contacted the seller and received their express permission to withdraw your bid.

Bidders may not engage in the following activity:

a) Bidding in a manner that causes the maximum bid of other bidders to be revealed, then retract your high bid, and bid again at a lower increment above the true high bidder.
b) Placing bids for the purpose of exposing the sellers reserve price, then retract your bid and bid again later with a secondary User ID.
c) Bidding on any item that you do not have the intention or means to purchase at the close of the auction, should your high bid cause you to win the auction. You are encouraged to ask the seller of an item listed on's, any questions you may have regarding the sale of, or condition of the item before placing your bid.
d) By placing a bid, you further state that the purchase and or delivery of the item does not violate any local, state or federal laws, regulations or guidelines regarding the sale or distribution of such item(s).

7. Fees and Charges

The listing fee for posting an item on's is 100% FREE. There is however, a minimal charge for other auction posting features such as featured item listings, attention grabbers, bold listings, etc., should you wish to use them. There will also be a final value fee imposed on all items sold (please see the "Auction Fees" page). This amount will be automatically debited to your account and you will be sent an invoice monthly via email showing your account status. A negative balance indicates money owed on your account. A positive balance indicates credit available to you for posting items for auction and our other services. We will extend a floating credit to you up to $100.00, at which time we will send you an invoice via email requesting payment. Should this payment not be made, your account will be suspended until payment is received, and posted to your account. Payments can be made through PayPal, directly from your "Account Manager", which is our preferred method, or if you so desire, you can send a check or money order to the address listed in your "Account Manager". Please realize however, that this method of payment may delay your being able to continue posting auctions until your payment is received, processed, and posted to your account.

A great way to pay off your seller's bill is by utilizing our "Affiliate and Registration Credit" programs. Any credits you receive through this programs will be immediately deducted from your account balance, however, these credits have a ZERO cash value, and cannot be refunded as cash. You may also wish to make a payment ABOVE your amount owed, which you may do at any time, and the amount will show up as a "positive" amount in your account

8. Personal Information

Personal information is the information that you provide to's or to other members when:

  • Completing the registration process.
  • Listing an item.
  • Placing a bid.
  • Leaving feedback comments.
  • Placing your credit card information on file with us.
  • Posting messages in any lobby area.
  • Using any email feature offered to you through use of the site.

You are responsible for your personal information. In the event that your information creates a liability to us that may cause our Internet service provider, suppliers, agents, or contractors to sever their services to us because of such liability, we may take appropriate actions regarding such information.

The use of your information is explained in our current Privacy Policy. has strict policies relating to members' contact information:

  • members can't misrepresent their identities.
  • members must always provide valid and complete contact information.
  • For everyone's safety, members are never permitted to publish the contact information of other members in an online public area.
  • Every membership must always have a valid email address.

9. Your Password

You may not disclose, share, or distribute your password to any third party. If you feel your password has been jeopardized, you may change your password at any time, and as often as you wish.

10. Public Chat Lobbies's provides public forums (herein referred to as "Lobbies"), in which registered members may post messages and enjoy interacting with other registered members. These lobbies are provided as a courtesy to the's community.'s is not responsible for the content posted in the Lobbies and may not agree with the views expressed therein.

The following types of posts or comments are considered unacceptable in any lobby on our site. Posting of such may result in the suspension of your ability to post in our lobby or the suspension of your's Account.

  • Posts that contain any code or programming routine that interferes with the stability of the site, or the ability of others to post messages in a lobby.
  • Posts that advertise items you have for sale.
  • Posts that contain profanity or that are defamatory in nature.
  • Posts that contain links to other online auction sites.
  • Posts that contain adult pictures, material, or links.
  • Posts that disclose personally identifiable information about another registered member.
  • Posts that are disruptive in nature, harass or threaten another member or's staff member.

Additional guidelines may be posted, and amended, regarding the use of our chat lobbies.

11. Stability

Neither you nor any parties affiliated with, contracted by, or created by you may take any actions to interfere with or interrupt, the operation or stability of the's web site. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of any software, device, or programming routine that could place excessive loads on our system or interfere with any listing or auction listed on our site, or any users account or information.

12. Feedback's provides registered users with the ability to leave comments about their experiences in dealing with other registered users, through our feedback system. The following actions regarding the use of the Feedback system are prohibited:

Threatening another user with negative feedback for their refusal to perform actions not related to your transaction with that user or their failure to agree to terms and conditions of an auction that were not stated in the original listing.
Leaving feedback that contains vulgarity or profanity.
Leaving feedback that discloses another users personally identifiable information.
Leaving comments that are negative in nature, through the selection of the Positive comment option.'s provides you with an opportunity to "Retract" a negative feedback comment that you have left about another registered user within 30 days from the time you have posted such comment. This function should not be misused. Leaving multiple negative comments, and then retracting them, can result in suspension of your registration and account.

In the event that your feedback rating should reach the status of -4 (negative 4) your registration and account may be suspended.

It is expected that you will use the Feedback system in a manner that upholds and maintains the integrity of the Feedback System.

13. Privacy's takes several steps to protect and prevent the misuse of the personal and private information you supply us. You may review our current Privacy Policy.

14. Notice

All notices given between both parties (You and's) will be made via email, certified mail, or registered mail. Notices we send you will be addressed to the email address which you provided during the registration process or currently have on file in your account with us. In these instances, unless the party sending the email is notified that the Recipients email address in not valid, such notices will be considered given 24 hours from the time the email is sent. Notices regarding changes to the terms and conditions of the User Agreement may be given by posting such changes to the site, and will be considered given and effective 30 days from the time of such posting.

15. Limitation of Liability - Non Warranty



16. Indemnification

You agree to indemnify and hold harmless's, its officers, employees, parent companies, subsidiaries, contractors, vendors or affiliates, from any claim or demand, including reasonable attorneys' fees, made by any third party due to or arising out of your use of the's, the violation of this User Agreement by you, or the infringement by you or any other user of this site using your computer, of any intellectual property or other right of any person or entity.

17. Legal Responsibility

It is your responsibility to comply with all applicable laws, statutes, ordinances and regulations regarding your use of our service and your bidding on, listing, purchase and sale of items through our site.

18. No Partnership / Agency

You and's act as independent contractors. At no time is any partnership, agency, joint venture, employee-employer or franchiser-franchisee relationship intended or created by this Agreement.

19. Violation of User Agreement

We may terminate your account, registration temporarily or permanently should you violate any portion of this User Agreement. This includes the termination or suspension of any auctions you may be running at the time, without refund of any fees or compensation or liability for loss of business or revenues which you may claim, as a result of such termination.

                                       AGREEMENT FOR SALE AND PURCHASE


THIS AGREEMENT FOR SALE AND PURCHASE (Agreement) is entered into this _____ day of ___________________, 2013, by and between Escambia County, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, acting by and through its duly authorized Board of County Commissioners, whose mailing address is 221 Palafox Place, Pensacola, Florida 32502 (Seller), and ____________________________, whose address is ______________________ (Buyer).




WHEREAS, Seller is the record owner of fee simple title to the real property (Property) described below:


WHEREAS, at a duly advertised meeting of the Board of County Commissioners on ______________________, 2013, Seller approved the sale of the Property to Buyer for the amount of $__________________; and


WHEREAS, Seller and Buyer now desire to enter into this Agreement to set forth the mutually agreed upon terms and conditions associated with the proposed purchase and sale.


NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the premises, the sums of money to be paid, and for other good and valuable consideration, the parties agree as follows:


1.         Agreement to Sell and Purchase.  Seller agrees to sell and convey the Property to Buyer, and Buyer agrees to purchase the Property from Seller upon the terms and conditions as set forth in this Agreement.


2.         Purchase Price and Method of Payment.  The purchase price for the Property is ________________________________ Dollars ($____________) and must be paid by certified or official check at closing.


3.         Evidence of Title.  Seller shall transfer and convey to Buyer fee simple title to the Property.  Within 30 days after the date of execution of this Agreement, Buyer may examine title to the Property and give notice to Seller in writing of any defects or encumbrances upon the Property unacceptable to Buyer except for (a) those exceptions identified in Section 10 of this Agreement entitled “Conveyance of Property,” and (b) those exceptions to title which are to be discharged by Seller at or before closing.  Seller is not obligated to provide Buyer with a title commitment.


If Buyer determines title to the Property is unmarketable for reasons other than the existence of the exceptions identified in Section 10 or exceptions that are to be discharged by Seller at or before closing, Buyer shall notify Seller in writing no later than five days after examining title.  The written notice shall specify those liens, encumbrances, exceptions or qualifications to title that are either not acceptable or not contemplated by this Agreement to be discharged by Seller at or before closing (Title Defects).


 If Seller is unable or unwilling to cure or eliminate the Title Defects prior to closing, Seller shall notify Buyer in writing prior to closing.  Buyer and Seller may then extend the time allowed for removal of the Title Defects and the time of closing; or Buyer may waive Title Defects and proceed with closing; or Buyer and Seller may withdraw from the transaction and terminate the obligations under the Agreement.  Buyer agrees that any Title Defects present on the day title is transferred, unless expressly objected to by written notice, will be considered accepted by Buyer.


4.         Survey.  Buyer may obtain a survey of the Property prior to closing at Buyer’s expense.  Buyer must notify Seller in writing after receipt of the survey of any matters shown on the survey that adversely affect title to the Property.  The adverse matters will be deemed Title Defects, and Seller is obligated to undertake a cure within the time and in the manner provided in Section 3 of this Agreement.


5.         Financing.  Within five days of execution of this Agreement, Buyer must make application to obtain financing, if necessary, to consummate the purchase and sale of the Property and provide notice to Seller when it has secured necessary financing.  Buyer shall notify Seller in writing if Buyer is unable to obtain financing prior to closing after making a good faith effort to do so.  Seller may extend the time allowed for Buyer to obtain financing or exercise its right to terminate this Agreement in accordance with Section 22.


6.         Possession.  Possession of the Property will be surrendered by Seller to Buyer at the time of closing.  Seller shall not commit nor permit waste, deterioration or other destruction of the Property prior to that time.



7.         Condition of Property.  Pursuant to Section 125.411, Florida Statutes, Seller is precluded from warranting or representing any state of facts regarding title to the Property and, as a governmental entity, is exempt from the disclosures otherwise required by local ordinance.  Except as set forth in the Agreement, it is understood and agreed that Seller disclaims all warranties or representations of any kind or character, express or implied, with respect to the Property, including, but not limited to, warranties and representations related to title, zoning, tax consequences, physical or environmental conditions, availability of access, ingress or egress, property value, operating history, governmental approvals, governmental regulations or any other matter or thing relating to or affecting the Property.  Buyer represents that it is a knowledgeable Buyer of real estate and that it is relying solely on its own expertise and that of its consultants, and that Buyer will conduct inspections and investigations of the Property, including, but not limited to, the physical conditions of the Property, and will rely upon them, and upon closing, will assume the risk of all adverse matters, including but not limited to, adverse physical conditions, which may not have been revealed by Buyer’s inspections and investigations.  Seller sells and conveys to Buyer and Buyer accepts the Property “As Is, Where Is,” with all faults and there are no oral agreements, warranties or representations collateral to or affecting the Property to Buyer by Seller or any third party.  The terms and conditions of this paragraph expressly survive the closing of the Agreement.


8.         Right to Inspect Property.  Prior to undertaking any inspections and testing, Buyer must provide notice to Seller and coordinate with Seller’s designee.  Buyer must not intentionally nor unreasonably interfere with Seller’s activities on the Property.


Prior to closing, Buyer, and its agents and consultants, have the right to enter upon the Property and undertake at Buyer’s expense, any physical inspections and other investigations of the Property, including surveys, soil bores, percolation tests, engineering studies, tests for radon gas and other tests or studies that Buyer considers necessary or desirable to review and evaluate the physical characteristics of the Property.  Results of any investigation or testing conducted on the Property must promptly be disclosed to Seller.


Buyer shall notify Seller in writing of any defects disclosed by its inspections and testing within five days of completion of the inspection or test.  For purposes of this paragraph, “defect” means a condition on or under the Property that violates applicable state or federal environmental laws, rules or regulations, or may present an imminent and substantial danger to the public health or welfare.  Upon receipt, Seller shall notify Buyer that 1) it will terminate this Agreement, whereupon all rights and obligations of the parties shall cease; or 2) it will remedy the environmental defect within six months of the date of the notice, or as otherwise agreed by the parties, in which case the closing date will automatically be extended.


 Buyer, as a condition precedent to its entry rights, will defend, indemnify, save and hold Seller harmless from any loss, damage, liability, suit, claim, cost or expense, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, arising from the exercise by Buyer of its entry rights. 


9.         Radon Gas.  Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that, when it has accumulated in a building in sufficient quantities, may present health risks to persons who are exposed to it over time. Levels of radon that exceed federal and state guidelines have been found in buildings in Florida.  Additional information regarding radon and radon testing may be obtained from your county public health unit.


10.        Conveyance of Property.  At closing, Seller will convey to Buyer title to the Property by deed, which will identify the following exceptions to title:


a.         Ad valorem real property taxes and assessments for the year 2010 and subsequent years; outstanding and unpaid taxes and assessments, if any, for previous years; conditions, easements, and restrictions of record; zoning ordinances and other restrictions and prohibitions imposed by applicable governmental authorities.



b.         Reservation of an undivided ¾ interest in, and title in and to an undivided ¾ interest in, all the phosphate, minerals and metals that are or may be in, on, or under the Property and an undivided ½ interest in all the petroleum that is or may be in, on, or under the Property with the privilege to mine and develop, pursuant to Section 270.11, Florida Statutes.


The parties expressly acknowledge that Buyer accepts title as it exists on the day title is transferred from Seller to Buyer unless written notice has been provided to Seller in accordance with Section 3.


11.        Closing.  Subject to satisfaction of the obligations of Seller and Buyer as set forth in the Agreement, the Purchase Price will be paid to Seller and the Deed and other closing documents reasonably required by either party will be executed and delivered at the time of closing.  The purchase and sale contemplated by this Agreement will be closed in the Office of the Escambia County Attorney, 221 Palafox Place, Suite 430, Pensacola, Florida. Seller’s attorney will prepare and furnish all documents for closing including any necessary corrective documents.  Closing shall occur on or before 30 days from the date that the last party executes this Agreement unless the date for closing is extended by written agreement of the parties or as otherwise provided herein.


12.        Costs and Expenses at Closing.  Upon closing, Seller and Buyer shall pay the following costs and expenses:


SELLER           BUYER


_____              __X__  Deed Documentary Stamps


_____              __X__  Survey, if any


_____              __X__  Recording (Deed)


_____              __X__  County Attorney’s Fees (Document Preparation)


_____              __X__  Title Insurance, if any


_____              __X__  Structural and Environmental Inspections, if any


_____              __X__  Real Estate Professional Fee or Commission, if any


13.        Taxes, Fees, and Charges.  Taxes, fees and charges will be paid as follows:


a.         Buyer is responsible for all ad valorem taxes and assessments, if any, assessed against the Property.  Any outstanding taxes or tax certificates or assessments encumbering the Property must be satisfied by the Buyer at closing.  Seller is immune from ad valorem taxes and will not pay ad valorem taxes on the Property.


b.         All impact fees, permit fees, systems charges, and any other amounts charged or assessed as a result of, arising from, or necessary for Buyer’s proposed construction on, or development of, the Property will be paid solely by Buyer.


14.        Conditions Precedent to Closing.  The obligation of Buyer to close the sale and purchase transaction contemplated in this Agreement is expressly conditioned on the prior occurrence, satisfaction or fulfillment of the following:



a.         Prior to closing, all obligations of Seller and Buyer in this Agreement must have been either fully satisfied or have occurred or have been waived by Seller or Buyer in writing or as otherwise provided in this Agreement.


b.         Within the time provided in the Agreement, Buyer will have established to its satisfaction that Seller is the owner of good and marketable fee simple title to the Property, subject only to the Permitted Exceptions and those exceptions which are to be discharged by Seller at or before the closing or, alternatively, waived by Buyer.


c.         There are no pending or threatened building, utility (including sewer or water) or other moratoria, injunctions or court orders in effect which would interfere with the immediate use or occupancy of any portion of the Property.


d.         There is no litigation or administrative proceeding pending or threatened against or relating to either the Property or Seller which would preclude Buyer’s purchase and Seller’s sale of the Property under the Agreement.


e.         There are no pending or threatened zoning, condemnation or eminent domain proceedings against or in any way affecting the Property or any known pending or threatened suits, actions or other proceedings against Seller or affecting the Property or its use in any manner permitted as of the date of the Agreement by the land development regulations of the local government entity with land development regulatory authority over the Property (either as a primary or permitted conditional use) and that the Property and such uses are not in any manner encumbered or adversely affected by any judgment, order, writ, injunction, rule or regulation or any court or governmental agency or officer.


f.          The results of inspections, investigations and inquiries Buyer has made with respect to the Property are, in Buyer’s sole opinion and in Buyer’s sole discretion, acceptable to Buyer.


If one or more of the above requirements precedent to Buyer’s obligation to close this Agreement has not occurred or been satisfied, or expressly waived by Buyer or by the terms of this Agreement on or before the closing date for any reason, then Buyer is entitled to terminate this Agreement and the obligations of the parties, by giving written notice to the other party.


15.        Assignability.  This Agreement cannot be assigned by Buyer without the prior written consent of Seller.


 16.       Litigation and Attorneys’ Fees.  Each party will pay for its own attorneys’ fees and costs in the event of litigation related to the sale and purchase of the Property.



17.        Time of the Essence.  Time is of the essence of this Agreement and in the performance of all conditions and covenants to be performed or satisfied by either party.  Waiver of performance or satisfaction of timely performance or satisfaction of any condition or covenant by one party is not to be deemed to be a waiver of the performance or satisfaction of any other condition or covenant unless specifically consented to in writing.  Whenever a date in the Agreement falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, the date is extended to the next business day.


18.        Counterparts.  This Agreement will be executed in duplicate counterparts, each of which upon execution by all parties is deemed to be an original.


19.        Governing Law and Binding Effect.  The interpretation and enforcement of this Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida and bind Buyer and Seller and their respective successors and assigns.  The venue for any legal proceeding arising out of this Agreement shall be in a court of competent jurisdiction in Escambia County, Florida.


20.        Integrated Agreement, Waiver and Modification.  This Agreement represents the complete and entire understanding and agreement between and among the parties with regard to all matters involved in the Agreement and supersedes any prior or contemporaneous agreements, whether written or oral.  The Agreement cannot be modified or amended and no provision is waived, except in writing signed by all parties, or if such modification, amendment or waiver is for the benefit of one or more of the parties and to the detriment of the others, then the amendment or waiver must be in writing, signed by all parties to whose detriment the modification, amendment or waiver inures.


21.        Brokerage.  Seller represents and warrants to Buyer that no broker or finder has been employed by Seller in connection with the sale and purchase contemplated in the Agreement.  Buyer represents and warrants to Seller that either (1) no broker or finder has been employed by Buyer in connection with the sale and purchase contemplated or (2) Buyer has retained the services of a  broker or finder that will be compensated solely by Buyer outside of closing.


22.        Default and Termination.  If either party fails to perform any of its obligations set forth in the Agreement within the times specified, the other party, at its option and at any time, may terminate the Agreement.  Neither party can declare the other in default without giving the other party at least five days written notice of intention to do so, during which time the other party will have an opportunity to remedy the default or to commence to remedy.  The notice must specify, in detail, the default.


23.        Notices.  All notices must be in writing and served either personally or by deposit with the U.S. Postal Service, certified mail, return receipt requested, or by deposit with a nationally recognized overnight courier service, postage pre-paid and addressed to the Seller and Buyer at the following addresses:


TO THE SELLER:                                                              TO THE BUYER:

Escambia County                                                               

County Administrator                            

221 Palafox Place                                                              

Pensacola, Florida 32502                                                     


WITH A COPY TO:                                                           WITH A COPY TO:

County Attorney’s Office                                                   

221 Palafox Place, Suite 430

Pensacola, Florida 32502                                                     


All notices are deemed served when received, except that any notice mailed or deposited in the manner provided in this section are deemed served on the postmark date or courier pickup date.


24.        Further Assurances.  Each party, without further consideration, will act and execute and deliver documents as the other may reasonably request to effectuate the purposes of the Agreement.


25.        Relationship of the Parties.  Nothing in this Agreement or any act of the parties is deemed or construed by the parties or by any third party to create a relationship of principal and agent or of partnership or of joint venture or of any association whatsoever between Buyer and Seller.


26.        Risk of Loss.  The risk of loss to the property is the responsibility of Seller until closing.


27.        Property Tax Disclosure Summary.  Buyer should not rely on the Seller’s current property taxes as the amount of property taxes that the Buyer may be obligated to pay in the year subsequent to purchase.  A change of ownership or property improvements triggers reassessments of the property that could result in higher property taxes.  If you have any questions concerning valuation, contact the County Property Appraiser’s Office for information.


28.        Miscellaneous.  If any term, provision, covenant, or condition of the Agreement or the application to any person or circumstances is invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of the Agreement is valid and enforceable to the extent permitted by law.




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Seller and Buyer have made and executed this Agreement as of this date and year first above written.







ATTEST:          Pam Childers

Clerk of the Circuit Court


                                            , Chairman


Deputy Clerk                           


BCC Approved:






Witness _______________________________         _________________________________

Print Name ____________________________                                                                                                         

Witness _______________________________                                

Print Name ____________________________






The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this _____ day of _________________, 20__, by_________________________.  He/She (_) is personally known to me, (_) produced current _________________________________ as identification.




                                                                                    Signature of Notary Public



                                                                                    Printed Name of Notary Public

(Notary Seal)

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