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    7. Kinds of licence

    (1) The licences that may be granted under this Act are

    (a) a general licence;

    (b) a restricted licence;

    (c) an occasional licence;

    (d) an interim licence; and

    (e) a provisional licence.

    (2) A general licence authorizes the holder to act as, and carry on the business of, an auctioneer throughout the State in relation to all classes of business to which this Act applies.

    (3) A restricted licence authorizes the holder to act as, and carry on the business of, an auctioneer only

    (a) in the part or parts of the State;

    (b) in relation to the class or classes of business; and

    (c) at the times,

    which may be therein specified.

    (4) An occasional licence authorizes the holder to act as, and carry on the business of, an auctioneer in relation to the occasion and circumstances therein specified but not otherwise.

    (5) An interim licence authorizes the holder to sell by auction on behalf of the licensed auctioneer named therein during the period of incapacity to which it relates.

    (6) A provisional licence authorizes the holder to act as an auctioneer under the direct supervision and instruction of the licensed auctioneer named therein but only within the limits of the licence held by the auctioneer so named.



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