Periodic Review of 21 NCAC 4B
A review of each rule and an initial necessity determination by the NCALB is the first step in the Rules review/amendment/re-adoption process.
Please click this link for an explanation of this stage of the process, as well as instructions on how to submit public comment: Periodic Review Explanation/Comment/Instructions.
Please click this link for the report that indicates what the Board’s initial determinations were for each of the rules: 21 NCAC 4B Agency Initial Determinations.
Please click this to see all of the rules within 21 NCAC 4B as they are currently written: Existing Rules-21 NCAC 4B.
The North Carolina Auctioneers Law, Chapter 85B of the General Statutes, became effective July 1, 1973. The Law stipulates that there shall be a five-member Commission, known as the Auctioneer Licensing Board, having the powers and responsibilities set out in this Chapter. Members are appointed by the Governor. By law, three members may be from nominations submitted by the Auctioneers Association of North Carolina; at least three members must be licensed auctioneers; one member is appointed to represent the public at large, and cannot be licensed.
The Auctioneer Licensing Board operates in accordance with the Executive Budget Act, within an approved budget, with operational activities of the Board and its staff supported totally by license fees collected from those in the auction profession.