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.
Applicant Licensing Resources
General Licensing Resources
- 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?