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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 25. Auctioneers Board
5/27/2017

Chapter 21. Regulations of the Virginia Auctioneers BoardRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Licensure
Section 30
Bond required
Section 40
License by reciprocity
Section 50
Application
Section 60
Examination
Section 70
Fees
Section 80
Notice of renewal
Section 90
Failure to renew
Section 95
Board discretion to deny renewal or reinstatement
Section 100
Advertising
Section 110
Contracts
Section 120
Conduct at auctions
Section 130
Display of license
Section 140
Documentation
Section 150
Escrow funds
Section 160
Records
Section 170
Change of address
Section 180
Discipline
Section 185
Cooperation with board
Section 190
Application for course approval
Section 200
Requirements for course approval
Section 210
Amendments and changes
Section 220
Periodic requalification for continued course approval
Section 230
Application and criteria for course approval
Section 240
Adminstration of courses
Section 250
Continuing education requirements for renewal or reinstatement
Section 260
Exemptions and waivers
Section 270
Amendments and changes
Section 280
Periodic requalification for continued course approval
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