Created in 1967, The Tennessee Auctioneer Commission licenses apprentice auctioneers, auctioneers, firms, galleries, firm branches and gallery branches. The Commission also enacts rules addressing professional conduct and standards of practice.
- What does an Auctioneer need to do to get a License History certification sent to another state?
- How do I retire my Auctioneer license?
- How long will it take to process my Auctioneer application?
- Who is required to be licensed by the Tennessee Auctioneer Commission?
- How do I obtain a public automobile auctioneer license?
- How do I obtain a public automobile auction license?
- How do I renew a Principal Auctioneer license?
- How do I renew an Affiliate Auctioneer license?
- Is continuing education required for auctioneers?
- Is there a list of continuing education for auctioneers available online?
- How far in advance of expiration date should my auctioneer license renewal be completed?
- I let my auctioneer license expire. How do I have it reinstated?
- ★ How do I verify if someone is licensed?
- ★ How do I file a complaint?
- ★ What happens after I file a complaint?
- What can the State do if I have a legitimate grievance?
- How do I get information regarding complaints filed or disciplinary action taken against a licensee?
- Can I file a complaint anonymously?