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The National Auctioneer License Law Officials Association, or as it is more commonly known, NALLOA, has been in existence for almost 40 years.

Our organization serves as a forum of licensing board members and associate members, who communicate, endorse reciprocity and promote the common good in regulating the auction profession.

We constantly look for ways to improve reciprocity and make it easier to obtain and maintain a license in this manner.

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Welcome to NALLOA Online

The National Auctioneer License Law Officials Association, or as it is more commonly known, NALLOA, has been in existence for almost 40 years.

Our organization serves as a forum of licensing board members and associate members, who communicate, endorse reciprocity and promote the common good in regulating the auction profession.

We constantly look for ways to improve reciprocity and make it easier to obtain and maintain a license in this manner.

Learn More About NALLOA »

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WASHINGTON AUCTION LAW, RULES & REGULATIONS AND FEES

Chapter 18.11 RCW

AUCTIONEERS

Sections
Definitions.
Administration of chapter—Fees.
License required—Exceptions.
Secondhand property, when exempt.
Auctioneer certificate of registration—Requirements.
Auction company certificate of registration—Requirements.
Nonresident auctioneers and auction companies.
Surety bond or security required.
Written contract required—Penalty.
Written records required—Penalty.
Display of certificate of registration or renewal card required—Penalty.
License—Prohibition on issuance—Disciplinary action—License suspension.
Unauthorized practice—Penalties.
Compensation of nonlicensed person—Penalties.
Actions for compensation for services.
Director—Authority to adopt rules.
Director—Authority to impose administrative fines.
Newspaper advertisements—Name and license number required—Penalty.
Rights of clients.
Trust account required for client funds.
Bidding—Prohibited practices—Penalty.
Limitation on real estate auctions.
Application of Consumer Protection Act.
License, certificate, or registration suspension—Nonpayment or default on educational loan or scholarship.
Uniform regulation of business and professions act.
Military training or experience.
Short title.
Severability—1986 c 324.
Effective date—1986 c 324.
Severability—1982 c 205.
NOTES:
Limitations on power of
cities and towns to regulate auctioneers: RCW 35.21.690.
counties to regulate auctioneers: RCW 36.71.070.
Mock auctions: RCW 9.45.070.
Motor vehicle auction companies, place of business: RCW 46.70.023.
Pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers: Chapter 19.60 RCW.

RULES & REGULATIONS

Chapter 308-11 WAC

REGULATION OF AUCTIONEERS

WAC Sections

308-11-030  AUCTIONEER FEES

308.11.035  RENEWAL OF REGISTRATION

308-11-050  SURETY BOND OR OTHER SECURITY IN LIEU OF BOND REQUIRED

308.11.060  ADVANCE NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OR TERMINATION REQUIRED

308.11.100  RECORDS

308.11.120  INSPECTION AND AUDIT

308.11.130  SUIT OR COMPLAINT NOTIFICATION

WAC 308-11-030