U.S. Auctioneer State Auction Laws

I’ve noticed a lot of people searching for State Auction Laws & Auctioneer Laws. Now, you can find all the auction laws listed on this site, as I just added a New Page to the Auction Law Weblog. You will find links to the respective state government websites with information about Auctioneer Licensing requirements and associated Auction Laws, as available for every U.S. State, as of May 1, 2008.

This took hours of research to draft this information, so I hope you find it useful. You will notice the link on your upper right side under “Pages“. To get back to this weblog, just click on the Auction Law Weblog banner at the top of the web page.

There use to be a link to the Florida Auctioneer Academy website shown here, which provided similar links. But, I found the webpage to be outdated with a lot of dead links and missing a lot of states that have information available on the internet, so I have removed the link and developed this New Page on State Auction Laws & Auctioneer License Requirements. So, this should be the most up-to-date Auction information available (at least, today).

HOWEVER, I must include the usual Disclaimers for those that try to act like lawyers or expect everyone to get everything exactly right or try filing complaints and lawsuits!! This is not considered to be legal advice in any manner, shape or form, nor do I claim to provide correct and accurate information. While I’ve tried to find the most up-to-date information available, I can not guarantee the accuracy of any information, links or any other thing. It is the responsibility of each individual to contact the appropriate government offices in your own state to determine all business requirements and consult with an attorney for legal advice. As usual, this website is for general informational purposes only and links may not be updated on a regular basis, so I can not and will not take blame if the information has changed in any form, because this is not intended to be complete, nor considered to be legal advice. In fact, you will probably find that there is a lot more information required to make any determination of suitability of your situation and you should consult an attorney first, before assuming anything based on your own interpretations of any laws or regulations, much less anything you find on this web site. WHEW! I hope I covered all the disclaimers needed… just in case, USE THIS WEBSITE WITH CAUTION!!! OTHERWISE, YOU CAN PAY A LAWYER OR SPEND THE TIME TO LOOK IT UP FOR YOURSELF AND TAKE YOUR OWN CHANCES! I’m just trying to be helpful and save you a little effort.

So, if you find any errors, recent changes or additional information, let me know and I’ll try to update the page as quickly as possible.

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3 Responses to U.S. Auctioneer State Auction Laws

  1. […] Original post by Auction Law […]

  2. Douglas Borin says:

    Can Auctions tax money/coins that they auction off
    thank you for any assistance

    • Auction Law says:

      In most states, auctions are typically required to charge sales tax on anything they sell.

      The fact that it is money/coins has nothing to do with it, as it is being sold as a product/merchandise. You’re aren’t just getting change for a dollar.

      It’s no different than walking into a coin shop and purchasing coins from them. Unless you are a coin dealer and have resale permit (and only if you intended to resale them as a dealer), then you would have to pay sales tax.

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