Florida Bill of Sale Forms

The Florida bill of sale form is designated for buyers and sellers seeking to write an agreement for the sale of a motor vehicle, boat, motorcycle, motor home, or recreational vehicle. The form must be signed and on the date the transfer of monies and possession of ownership takes place.

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The Florida boat bill of sale is an agreement between two (2) parties, buyer and seller, over an exchange of funds for a vessel including a trailer and outboard motor (if any). The form allows for the parties to breakdown the amounts for each item. The vessel is usually sold on an ‘as-is’ basis and any inspections or due diligence should be done before the bill of sale is signed. How to Fill-in Seller’s Name Day of Sale Vessel Information…

The Florida DMV bill of sale form allows a person that owns a motor vehicle to sell to another individual or entity for a purchase price. The payment and transfer of vehicle possession should take place on the same day the bill of sale is signed. No outside verbal agreements will hold up in the court of law so it is best to write the complete transaction details in the form. How to Fill-In These following bullets correspond to the…

The Florida firearm bill of sale is for a private owner of a gun that is seeking to sell to another person in return for monetary funds. The State of Florida does not have any laws or rules against the private sale of a firearm. As long as the new owner is legally able to possess a gun, the transaction is allowable. If an owner of a firearm would like to register as a concealed weapon, they must follow the…

Vehicle Registration

Bill of Sale (Form 82050)
Odometer Disclosure
Proof of Insurance
Blank check for fees (See Estimations)
*Out of State
*Application for Title (Form 82040)
*VIN/Odometer Verification (Form 82042)

Boat/Vessel Registration

Application for Title (Form 82040)
Bill of Sale
Blank check for fees (See Estimations)