Jackson County, Alabama Bill of Sale

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The Jackson county bill of sale is used as a fillable form for a buyer and seller to negotiate and commit to a written transaction. If the registration for the bill of sale is not completed within twenty (20) days, then the new owner will be charged a penalty of $15.

The bill of sale should contain the following in order for it to be considered legitimate by the Probate Revenue Commission;

  • Buyer’s Name and Address
  • Seller’s Name and Address
  • Vehicle Information
    • Make
    • Model
    • Year
    • VIN#
  • Purchase Price
  • Signature of Buyer
  • Signature of Seller
  • Odometer Disclosure Form

As an option, there are blank lines if there are witnesses to the transaction or if it was signed in front of a notary public (recommended). Also, if the vehicle was in part a trade-in, the vehicle information should be provided.

Revenue Commission Contact Information

Revenue Commission – Located in the Courthouse – P.O. Box 307, Scottsboro AL 35768;

Related Forms

  • Application for Replacement of Title – Use if the seller does not have the original title
  • Power of Attorney – Use if the owner of the vehicle assigns the selling power to another individual. If this form is used all signatures must be made with the term ‘Acting as POA’.