The Illinois boat bill of sale is a legal form that details a transition of ownership between a buyer and seller. It is best for the purchaser to make sure the titles are clean and their are no liens pending. Instructions to Register/Title Boat Application for Registration/Title How to Write Fill-in the vessel bill of sale document by entering the following information into the form: Date of Sale The Parties’ Buyer’s First, Middle, and Last Name Seller’s First, Middle, and Last Name…
Illinois Bill of Sale Forms
The Illinois bill of sale forms conduct a written transfer for a vehicle, boat, or firearm from one individual/entity to another. Once the document is signed with all the details of the transaction inputted, the form becomes a legally enforceable contract. It is advised that all transfers, monetary funds and the item(s) being purchased/sold, should be exchanged between both parties on the date in the bill of sale.
The Illinois firearm bill of sale lets two (2) individuals transfer the ownership of a gun in exchange of monetary funds. The sale can be completed by filling in the document and the seller must check the FOID status of the buyer at the Illinois State Police Website (Statute 430 ILCS 65/3(a-10)). If the buyer does not possess a FOID card they may request one by filling in the following Application. How to Fill-In In order to completely write a gun…
There is no issued DMV bill of sale form in the State of Illinois. Therefore, a purchase and sale agreement for a vehicle must be drafted by the parties involved. The form should include all aspects of the transaction including the full names of all parties, description of the vehicle being sold, and the purchase price amount. Once signed, the bill of sale becomes a legally binding contract. After the sale of the vehicle, the Seller must immediately submit the Seller’s…
Vehicle Registration Forms
All vehicles must be registered with the Secretary of State within twenty (20) days after the date of sale. The following forms are required to be brought to a Secretary of State office location in your county.
Vehicle Bill of Sale
Odometer Disclosure Statement (VSD 333)
Seller’s Report of Sale (VSD-703)
Proof of Insurance
*Power of Attorney (RT5) – *Only if someone else is to be representing the buyer or seller in the vehicle transaction or registration/title.
Vehicle’s Title – Signed over from the previous owner
Form RUT-50 – Most Updated Version
Application for Registration and Title (VSD 190) – Form must be completed online and print. It can either be brought to the Secretary of State office (within 7 days) or send in the mail to the following address
Secretary of State
Vehicle Services Department
501 S. 2nd. St., Room 014
Springfield, IL 62756
Boat Registration Forms
Firearm Registration Forms