2017 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 44 - Trade and Commerce
§ 44-1673 Application for license; contents

Universal Citation: AZ Rev Stat § 44-1673 (2017)

44-1673. Application for license; contents

A. Not less than thirty days nor more than sixty days prior to the date of a proposed auction, any person desiring to sell at auction any jewelry shall apply to the board of supervisors of the county in which the auction is to be conducted for a license to conduct the auction. The application shall contain:

1. The name, residence, address and business address of applicant.

2. The purpose for which the auction is to be held.

3. The type and location of business, if any, engaged in by the applicant during the two years immediately preceding the date of application.

4. Whether the proposed auction is to be held at the applicant's existing regularly established place of business.

5. Whether applicant will personally participate at the auction.

6. Whether any addition to the stock to be sold at auction has been made within sixty days prior to the auction.

7. The name, address and occupational history for the two years immediately preceding the date of application of any person who will participate in conducting the auction.

B. The application shall also contain a statement whether applicant has conducted any auction of jewelry within a period of five years prior to the date of application, and, if so, a statement when and where such auction was held. The application shall further indicate that no person will be employed in any manner in the conduct of the auction who has been convicted of any violation of this article within the six-year period immediately preceding the date of application.

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