Subject to the general statutory framework regulating conditions of sale1 it is customary for an auctioneer2 to settle the particulars and conditions of sale3 on sales of goods, but not on sales of real property4. When the auctioneer undertakes to settle the conditions, he must do so with the skill and knowledge which may reasonably be expected of one who practises as an auctioneer5, and if he sells without imposing conditions which are usual and prudent for the seller's protection, he may, even in the case of a sale of real property, be held liable for negligence at the
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