Harris County, Texas Bill of Sale

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Otherwise known as the Georgia motor vehicle bill of sale, allows a vehicle that will be registered in the State of Georgia to transfer ownership from one party to another. The buyer and seller should verify their identities and the new owner should check the vehicle identification number (VIN) and registration to ensure it is registered appropriately. All transfers of possession and any funds shall be complete on the day of the sale unless otherwise noted in the bill of…

The Nebraska DMV bill of sale is a form to be used when selling a vehicle to another person in return for trade or monetary funds. The seller of the vehicle will need to transfer the title and if the automobile is younger than ten (10) years old and below sixteen-thousand pounds (16,000 lb.) the odometer disclosure form must be completed. How to Register Vehicle Registration – Bring the following documents to a County Office Location: Vehicle Bill of Sale –…

The Hamilton County, Tennessee bill of sale, also known as Form BK441, is a legal document that allows a resident to be able to convey the ownership to another party for any type of motor vehicle. Odometer Disclosure Statement – For any vehicle under 16,000 pounds and below 10 years of age. Power of Attorney – If the owner of a vehicle decides to sell using another person to handle the negotiation and the transfer of title. DMV Office Location…

The Alabama firearm bill of sale allows for the transfer of a pistol or assault weapon from one individual or entity to another. There are no permits required in the State to purchase a weapon. Although all individuals must have a concealed carry permit if they wish to handle handguns within the State (See Laws). If a person wishes to have a concealed handgun they may apply through their local county sheriff’s department. If the buyer or seller have any…

The Virginia personal property bill of sale is used primarily for the trading of personal items such as a computer, piece of equipment, furniture, or any type of item that can be legally sold. The buyer and seller need to simply fill-in the bill of sale including their full legal names/addresses, purchase price/trade, and the signature of the Seller is all that is required. Both parties are encouraged to keep a copy of the receipt for their personal record-keeping. All sales…