CHAPTER 227
">AUCTIONEERS ACT

[SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION]

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

   ORDERS

      The Auctioneers (Application) Order

   RULES

      The Auctioneers Rules

ORDERS

THE AUCTIONEERS (APPLICATION) ORDER

(Section 1)

[1st April, 1929]

G.N. No. 5 of 1929

[Omitted.]

RULES

THE AUCTIONEERS RULES

(Section 21)

G.N. No. 20 of 1929

   1. These Rules may be cited as the Auctioneers Rules.

   2. Every application for a licence under the Auctioneers Act * shall be in Form A in the Schedule hereto.

   3. Every auctioneer shall keep in his usual place of business, or if he has no such place, in the place where he holds an auction, a record which will furnish the information specified in Form B in the Schedule hereto of all properties entrusted or offered to him for sale by auction during the period of the licence:

   Provided that if the auctioneer is a native, the record will furnish the information specified in Form C in the Schedule hereto.

   4. All records kept by an auctioneer shall be open to inspection by any Administrative Officer or any Police Officer not lower than the rank of Sub-Inspector.

   5. Any person contravening any of these Rules shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding seven hundred and fifty shillings and his licence may also be suspended or revoked.

SCHEDULE
FORMS

FORM A
FORM OF APPLICATION FOR AN AUCTIONEERS LICENCE

THE AUCTIONEERS ACT (CAP. 227)

NOTICE TO APPLICANTS

Applications for auctioneers licences cannot be considered by the licensing authority unless made on this form in the prescribed manner. Applications must be submitted through the District Officer of the District in which the applicant resides.

All applications must be accompanied by the prescribed fee for which a receipt will be issued by the District Officer.

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