§ 112.01  DEFINITIONS.
   For purposes of this chapter the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings ascribed to them  respectively.
   "AUCTION."  The sale or lease of property, real or personal, by means of exchanges between an auctioneer and prospective purchasers or lessees, which consists of a series of invitations for offers made by the auctioneer and offers by prospective purchasers or lessees for the purpose of obtaining an acceptable offer for the sale or lease of the property.
   "AUCTIONEER."  A person or entity who, for another, for a fee, compensation, commission, or any other valuable consideration at auction or with the intention or expectation of receiving valuable consideration by the means of or process of an auction or sale at auction or providing an auction service, offers, negotiates, or attempts to negotiate an auction, sale, purchase, or exchange of goods, chattels, merchandise, personal property, real property, or any commodity that may be lawfully kept or offered for sale by or at auction.
('64 Code, § 5-1; Am. Ord. 6724, passed 1-15-80; Am. Ord. 8467, passed 2-7-06)