Auctioneer /auctioneer (particularly knowledgeable) - public order and swearing-in
On request, particularly competent auctioneers, with the exception of legal persons, must be generally appointed by the competent authority to the public; this applies accordingly to employees of auctioneers. The order may be placed for certain types of auctions, provided that they require auction services. The persons appointed to the public title in accordance with the first sentence shall be sworn in to ensure that they carry out their duties conscientiously, without instructions and impartially.
application Detailed CV Certified copies of all relevant certificates Extract from the Federal Central Register Certificate of safety from the tax office liability insurance
Forms are available from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and online through the application assistant.
Possession of professional and personal aptitude
Fee statutes of the Chambers of Commerce and Industry M-V
- Section 34 b (5) Of the Commercial Code (GewO) Opens in new window
- Section 5 GewRzustLVO M-V State Standard Mecklenburg-Vorpommern | - Responsibilities of the Chambers of Commerce and Industry | National Ordinance on the Regulation of Responsibilities in General Trade Law ... | valid from: 31/07/2014 Opens in new window
- Section 11 Trade Code (GewO) (Data Protection Notice) Opens in new window
The public appointment for the particularly knowledgeable auctioneer is limited in time and may be extended.
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Ministry of Economy, Construction and Tourism Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
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