Indiana Bill of Sale Forms

The Indiana bill of sale forms are considered legal contracts that permit the transfer of ownership of a vehicle, boat, firearm, or any item that can be purchased. The full details of the transaction and the parties' should be disclosed on the form plus copies of identification (recommended but not required). Each person should be given a copy of an original and it is to be used by the new owner when registering their vehicle or watercraft.

The gun bill of sale document allows a firearm to be privately transferred from party to another by filling in the terms and conditions of the purchase along with both buyer and seller signing the form. The bill of sale is to be kept in a safe place for record keeping. There are no registrations or forms that must be filed from the new owner according to Statute 9.32 which states: “The people shall have a right to bear arms,…

The Indiana mechanic’s lien bill of sale must be written in accordance with Statute 9-22 and must be published in the newspaper at least fifteen (15) days before a sale.

The Indiana BMV bill of sale, also known as Form 44237, permits an individual or entity to transfer, gift or sell a motor vehicle or boat (watercraft). The form is used when applying for title or registration with a local BMV office along with the following documents: For Vehicles Odometer Disclosure (Form 43230) Title transferred from the previous owner (written) Proper Identification Insurance Card or any document that proves the vehicle is insured Blank Check – There is a sales tax…

Indiana BMV Title Forms

Motor Vehicle Registration Forms

All vehicle registrations must be within thirty-one (31) days at your local BMV office. Bring the following forms in order to apply successfully:

Bill of Sale (Form 44237)
Odometer Disclosure (Form 43230)
Title transferred from the previous owner (written)
Proper Identification
Insurance Card or any document that proves the vehicle is insured
Blank Check – There is a sales tax of 7% on all vehicle sales plus a fee of $15 for titling
*Power of Attorney (Form 1940) – Use if the new owner elects to have someone else register or title the vehicle with the BMV

After titling is complete, the registration may be filed online within forty-five (45) days online or with a BMV office location.

Boat/Vessel Registration

Blank Check – For fees and excise tax
Registration Application (Entire Packet) including the following forms:

All of the documents can be submitted at a BMV office or mailed to the following address:

Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles
100 N. Senate Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Firearm Registration

There are no laws (Article 1 Section 32) that require a transfer of a gun to be registered with the State.