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Massachusetts Auctioneer Bond

How much does an auctioneer bond cost in Massachusetts?

Massachusetts auctioneer bonds are required by the State of Massachusetts Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation’s Deputy Director of Standards in the amount of $10,000.

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Bond Type Bond Amount Cost*
$10,000 Auctioneer Bond $10,000 $100 Buy Now
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Why do I need this bond?

Auctioneer bonds in Massachusetts exist to protect customers and the state from any illegal acts an auctioneer might commit. Specifically, this bond type ensures that auctioneers will pay any and all fines or penalties incurred by him or her through violation of the provisions of Chapter 100 of the Massachusetts General Laws and any amendments thereof. Some violations include:

  • selling or offering to sell auction goods known to be owned by a minor
  • advertising an auction or goods for sale without including the number of the license issued by the deputy director as part of the advertisement
  • falsely representing the origin or circumstances under which goods were acquired
  • employing or allowing any person to act as a “capper” or “by bidder” at an auction
  • and more

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What’s the fine print?

Massachusetts auctioneer bonds are continuous until canceled. If the surety chooses to cancel this bond or if the auctioneer’s business license is terminated, notice must be given to the Acting Deputy Director of Standards 60 days prior to the termination date.

How to become an auctioneer in Massachusetts

Posting a Massachusetts auctioneer surety bond is only the first step toward becoming a licensed auctioneer. Multiple requirements must be met when sending in your application, including:

  • being at least 18 years of age
  • passing the required written exam
  • posting a $10,000 surety bond
  • paying a $100 licensing fee
  • submitting two letters of recommendation signed by licensed auctioneers, members of the Massachusetts Bar or elected officials
  • and more

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Massachusetts Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation Auctioneer License Bond Form

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Standards Application for Auctioneer’s License

Massachusetts Auctioneers Association State Laws Requirements

The 188th General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Laws Part 1, Title 15, Chapter 100 - Auctioneers

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