The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) bill of sale allows a vehicle to be legally transferred from one party to another. The new owner of the vehicle should also collect the title and elect to have the seller sign over the title under it’s new name. Vehicle Registration Forms Bring following forms below to the Deputy Registrar: Vehicle Bill of Sale – Includes the Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form BMV-3724) which is required for vehicles under 10 years of age…
Ohio Bill of Sale Forms
The Ohio bill of sale documents are used to create a written agreement between a buyer and seller for a motor vehicle, boat, animal, or firearm. The form should have the full details of the transaction including the parties' information. The transfer is complete upon the signing of the bill of sale and the transfer of possession for monetary funds.
The Ohio boat bill of sale is designated for a buyer and seller seeking to create a legal contract for the sale of a vessel. The details of the parties should be entered along with the purchase price. If there are any extras included with the sale they should be marked down to ensure possession on the date of sale. How to Register Boat Registration – Register at a Boat Registration Agent or Watercraft Office Vessel Bill of Sale Registration Application…
The Ohio firearm bill of sale permits the sale of any kind of gun from one resident to another. It is recommended that the buyer accept the seller’s identification at the time of sale and mark down the serial number of the gun. According to the State Constitution (Part 1 Section 4) there is no registration required or license needed for a resident to own a firearm. If the new owner would like to carry the weapon at all times, they…
Vehicle Registration Forms – Bring forms below to the Deputy Registrar
Vehicle Bill of Sale – Includes the Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form BMV-3724) which is required for vehicles under 10 years of age and under 16,000 lb.
Certificate of Title or Memorandum of Title – Must be obtained from a County Court Clerk’s Office.
Proper Identification – See Accepted Types
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*Power of Attorney (Form BMV-3771) – *Only to be used if the seller elects someone else to handle the transaction on their behalf.
*Emission Inspection – *Depending on the county the applicant resides, they may need to obtain an emission inspection at a licensed facility.
Vessel Bill of Sale
Registration Application (Form DNR-8460)
HIN Application (Form DNR-8509)
*Outboard Motor Vehicle Affidavit (Form DNR 8503)
*Power of Attorney (Form DNR-8464) – *Only if another person was used when selling the boat
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Firearms are not required to be registered according to the State Constitution Part 1 Section 4.