58. Disbursements recoverable from the debtor in relation to sale of goods by auction or by private sale

(1) The enforcement agent may recover disbursements related to the sale of the goods from the debtor in accordance with this rule and rules 59 and 60.
(2) Where the sale is held on premises provided by the auctioneer conducting the sale, the enforcement agent may recover from the debtor —
(a) a sum in respect of the auctioneer's commission not exceeding 15% of the sum realised by the sale of the goods;
(b) the auctioneer's out of pocket expenses; and
(c) reasonable disbursements incurred in respect of advertising the sale.
(3) Where the sale is held on other premises in accordance with subordinate legislation made under paragraph 27 of Schedule 1, the enforcement agent may recover from the debtor the sums and disbursements referred to in paragraph (2), except that the sum referred to in paragraph (2)(a) may not exceed 7.5% of the sum realised by the sale of the goods.
(4) Where the goods are —
(a) auctioned by way of an internet auction; or
(b) sold other than by auction,

the enforcement agent may recover from the debtor 7.5% of the sum realised by the sale of the goods.