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NAAA Updates Arbitration Policy

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The National Auto Auction Association has updated its arbitration policy.
The NAAA says the purpose of this updated arbitration policy and guidelines are to continue efforts to conduct transactions with transparency and to build credibility within the industry, products and relationships. It creates a consistent experience, which in turn benefits the seller, the auction, and the customers.
The updates are effective immediately. The updated policies can be reviewed under the policy section at

Last modified on Wednesday, 19 April 2017 22:47

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