L-3 - Licenses Act

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72. (Repealed).
R. S. 1964, c. 79, s. 67; 1983, c. 44, s. 52.
72. (1)  Any property sold by auction and outcry and adjudged to the highest and last bidder, or lowest and last bidder, therefor, must be sold by a licensed auctioneer, except:
(a)  Any property of the Crown, of a deceased person or of minors when sold by forced or voluntary licitation;
(b)  Any property belonging to a dissolution of community, or to any church;
(c)  Any property sold by authority of justice, by reason of confiscation, at any bazaar held for religious or charitable purposes, for religious purposes, in payment of municipal taxes, or for non-commercial purposes by a farmer removing from the locality;
(d)  Farm animals exhibited by agricultural societies at an exhibition, and sold during such exhibition.
(2)  No auctioneer may sell at auction a motor vehicle unless a permit therefor has been issued under the authority of the Highway Code, (chapter C-24), and unless such permit is delivered to the auctioneer.
R. S. 1964, c. 79, s. 67.