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Every application for a license hereunder shall be under oath and shall include at least the following:
A. the name, residence and business address and age of the applicant together with an account of the applicant's occupation for the five years preceding the application;
B. the name, residence and business address and age of any person who will participate in conducting the proposed auction sale together with an account of the occupation of such person or persons for the five years preceding the application;
C. a complete inventory of the merchandise to be sold at the proposed auction, assigning a number to each item describing it specifically and giving as to each at least the following information:
(1) in the case of watches and clocks: the movement number, case number and model number, if any; a statement as to whether the article is new or rebuilt; the correct number of jewels; the kind of case, and the quality of the case; whether solid, gold or silver, gold-filled and the quality of any plating; the approximate year of manufacture;
(2) in the case of diamonds, whether sold separately or as a part of other jewelry: the exact weight; the color and quality; the degree of fineness; and the degree of perfection;
(3) in the case of precious and semiprecious stones other than diamonds, whether sold separately or as a part of other jewelry: the exact weight, the degree of fineness; and whether the stone is mined, reconstructed, synthetic or imitation;
(4) in the case of metallic wares, except watches, and other jewelry: the fineness of the metal, whether solid, filled or plated; and the quality of the plating, if there be plating;
D. an oath to observe the laws of this state and of any subdivision thereof wherein the sale is to be held;
E. the address, hours and dates of the proposed sale, only one place of auction being permitted;
F. the proposed terms of all sales;
G. a statement whether or not any auction license issued to the applicant has been denied or revoked.
All applications together with accompanying documents shall be kept by the municipal or county clerk as the case may be and shall be open to public inspection at all reasonable hours.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 61. Professional and Occupational Licenses § 61-16-7. Application for license - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-61-professional-and-occupational-licenses/nm-st-sect-61-16-7.html
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