S.C. Code Regs. 14-1 - Examinations

A. Examinations for licensure as required by statute for apprentice auctioneers, auctioneers and auction firms shall be administered as approved by the Commission.
B. A completed initial application for licensure must be received with a non-refundable application fee and approved for examination prior to the scheduling of the examination.
C. Applicants are responsible for the non-refundable examination fee as set by the examination provider.
D. The examination shall test the applicant's knowledge of:
1. Fundamentals of auctioneering, auctioneer contracts, bid calling, advertisement, ethical practices and mathematics relating to the auction business;
2. The South Carolina Auctioneers' Commission's statutes and regulations; and
3. The South Carolina Uniform Commercial Code as it relates to auction and bulk sales.
E. Any applicant who fails to pass the examination may be re-examined, but no applicant shall be allowed to take the examination within six months after having failed it a second time. Such applicants must submit an application form and pay the required fee.


S.C. Code Regs. 14-1
Amended by State Register Volume 25, Issue 5, Part 2, eff May 25, 2001; State Register Volume 45, Issue No. 05, eff. 5/28/2021.

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