The Arkansas firearm bill of sale allows for the sale of a legal handgun or assault rifle from one party to another. The State Laws (5-73-301 to 5-73-323) allow for the transfer without any application or registration by the purchaser. The only State requirement is for concealed gun owners that are required to fill-in the Application (or Apply Online) for use. How to Write In order to legally transfer ownership of the firearm, both parties must enter the following information with buyer…
Arkansas Bill of Sale Forms
The Arkansas bill of sale forms are designated for a buyer and seller of a motor vehicle or vessel located in the State. In either situation, for protection of the seller, the is supposed to be notice sent to the Department of Finance and Administration (Statute 27-14-911) via the Notice Form and sending to: Department of Finance & Administration, Office of Motor Vehicle, P.O. Box 1272, Records Unit, Room 1100, Little Rock, AR 72203
The Arkansas vehicle bill of sale allows two (2) people to engage in a negotiation and sign an agreement to transfer a motor vehicle for a purchase price. The form includes the odometer disclosure form which is required by federal law for all vehicles under sixteen thousand pounds (16,000 lb.) and under ten (10) years old. The seller will need to send a notice of sale to the Department of Finance and Administration to the following address; Department of Finance &…
The Arkansas vehicle tax credit bill of sale is in accordance with Act 1232 of 1997 which allows a seller who sells a motor vehicle, trailer, or semi-trailer forty-five (45) days before or after the purchase date to be treated as a trade-in. Therefore, the seller of a vehicle that has purchased another in the required time-frame, would only have to pay a tax on the sales price difference between the vehicles.
The Arkansas boat bill of sale form is for a buyer and a seller of a vessel seeking to transfer the ownership in exchange for cash or other assets. The form will need to be filled in by the parties entering the following; Buyer’s Name (First, Middle, Last) Address Vessel Description Hull Type Make Model Year Hull Identification Number (HIN) Purchase Price Vessel Conditions Odometer Reading All parties must sign the bill of sale for it to be considered legitimate. It…
After the buyer has purchased the vehicle, they will have thirty (30) days to register while remaining able to operate the vehicle. The new owner will need to take the following forms to their local office;
Vehicle Bill of Sale (Form 10-313 – includes Odometer Disclosure)
Car Registration Form (Form 10-381)
Title – The Seller must assign the Buyer as the Owner of the vehicle.
Lien Agreement – *Only if vehicle is leased
Proof of Insurance
Affidavit of Inheritance – *Only if the vehicle was inherited
Release of Lien/Permission to Replace Title – *Only if vehicle was gifted
The applicant may now bring all the documents including their identification to the Nearest Revenue Office