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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 85B. Auctions and Auctioneers

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  • NC GEN ST § 85B-1. Definitions
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-2. Activities governed by Chapter
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-3. Auctioneers Commission
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-3.1. Auctioneers Commission; powers and duties
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-3.2. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4. Licenses required
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.1. Auctioneer Recovery Fund
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.2. Grounds for payment; notice and application to Commission
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.3. Hearing; required showing
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.4. Response and defense by Commission and judgment debtor; proof of conversion or other fraudulent act
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.5. Determination of certain small claims without a prior judicial determination
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.6. Order directing payment out of Fund; compromise of claims
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.7. Limitations; pro rata distribution; attorneys' fees
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.8. Repayment to Fund; automatic suspension of license
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.9. Subrogation of rights
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.10. Waiver of rights
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.11. Persons ineligible to recover from Fund
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-4.12. Disciplinary action against licensee
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-5. Licensing of nonresidents
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-6. Fees; local governments not to charge fees or require licenses
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-7. Conduct of auction; records
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-7.1. Handling clients' funds
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-8. Prohibited acts; assessment of civil penalty; denial, suspension, or revocation of license
  • NC GEN ST § 85B-9. Penalties and enforcement

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