Mississippi Bill of Sale Forms

The Mississippi bill of sale forms allow for the trade of a boat, equipment, firearm, motor vehicle, or personal property for monetary funds between two (2) parties. According to State law (35.VII.5.08) the bill of sale is required to have the entire transaction details along with only the signature of the selling party in order for it to be legal.

The Mississippi boat bill of sale is provided by the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks and is attached to the Registration Application. The bill of sale should include the full details of the transaction between the buyer and seller along with the full information about the items being purchased/sold including any motor(s), trailer(s), etc. Once the transaction is complete, the new owner will need the bill of sale as well as the following forms in order to register the…

The gun bill of sale in Mississippi is a legal contract the details a transaction between a buyer and seller for the ownership of a firearm. According to Mississippi gun laws, it is not required for a new owner of a gun to register or have any type of permit. Every resident has the right to bear arms. How to Write The following information should be filled-in the bill of sale to complete the transaction: Date of Sale Buyer(s) and…

The Mississippi vehicle bill of sale is designated for an automobile’s ownership to be transferred from one party to another according to State law (35.VII.5.08). The bill of sale is needed for the registration of the vehicle after the transaction and to provide documentation for both buyer and seller. Odometer Disclosure Statement – If the vehicle being sold is under ten (10) years of age and below sixteen-thousand pounds (16,000 lb.). How to Register Submit the following forms to the applicant’s…

The Mississippi bill of sale for personal property is for the transfer of ownership of any item such as: All-Terrain Vehicle, Bike, Computer, Equipment, Fishing Pole, etc. The details of the item must be fully described and payment must be submitted the date of the sale in either: personal check, cashier’s/certified check, or cash. How to Write The blank fields on the bill of sale should be filled-in with the following information: County Date Purchase Price (in USD) Description of…

If the Seller would like to nominate someone else to sell the vehicle, the Power of Attorney (Form 78003) must be completed and signed.

Vehicle Registration

Submit the following forms to the applicant’s Local County Tax Collector:

Title – From the Seller of the Vehicle assigned to the New Owner. If no title is available, the new owner may apply for a duplicate through the FastTrack (Form 78026) or the Standard Application (Form 78006).
Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form 78015)
Vehicle Bill of Sale
Records Disclosure Form – If Applicable

Boat Registration

Bring the following forms to a MDWFP Location:

Vessel Bill of Sale
Registration Application
Title Application
Inspection Form – If Applicable

Firearm Registration

There is no registration required for possessing a firearm in Mississippi and according to the State’s Constitution (Article 3 Section 12) every resident has the right to bear arms.