Why does the Sheriff seize vehicles/assets?
Sheriff's officers enforce warrants from both the criminal and civil jurisdiction.
Some warrants direct a Sheriff's officer to seize and sell property belonging to the person named in the warrant if the outstanding fine or court ordered debt is not paid.
Property seized by Sheriff's officers, such as vehicles, are sold at public auctions at venues across Victoria and online. The proceeds of the sale of seized goods are used to pay off the debt incurred (the original amount plus enforcement related costs) by the owner.
Potential buyers of property sold at Sheriff's auctions should note that items can be withdrawn at any time if payment of the outstanding fine or debt is made.
The Sheriff currently sells property, including vehicles, through a number of commercial auctioneers.
|24 November 2017||2006 FORD TERRITORY||AUTOROLA|
|24 November 2017||2008 TOYOTA RAV 4||AUTOROLA|
|24 November 2017||2004 BMW 325 CI||AUTOROLA|
|24 November 2017||2008 HYUNDAI I30||AUTOROLA|
|24 November 2017||2015 HYUNDAI ACCENT||AUTOROLA|
|24 November 2017||2012 SKODA SUPERB||AUTOROLA|
|24 November 2017||2006 UD MK 6||AUTOROLA|
|29 November 2017||2010 SUBARU LIBERTY||MANHEIM|
|29 November 2017||2015 FORD RANGER||MANHEIM|
|29 November 2017||2006 JEEP RENEGADE||MANHEIM|
Real estate auctions
Visit the Real estate auctions by the Sheriff page of this website.
Please note: This page refers only to the seizure and sale of goods related to outstanding infringement (fines) matters and debt related to civil court judgments.
For information about crime-related confiscation, please visit the asset confiscation page of this website.