The Utah firearm bill of sale is written for the use of a private seller seeking to trade any type of gun with another person in exchange for monetary funds (US Dollars $). Due to the only laws in the State being the Constitution (Title 53, Section 5A), the bill of sale is recognized as the only document that states the transaction between a buyer and a seller within the State. Once the form is signed with the full details…
Utah Bill of Sale Forms
The Utah bill of sale forms allow for the transfer of a vehicle, vessel, firearm, heavy truck (over 12,000 lb.), motorcycle, trailer, snowmobile, or any off-highway vehicle from one party to another. The most common document used for a transfer is the Form TC-843 provided by the State Tax Commission. The form should be used and submitted at a DMV Location.
The Utah general bill of sale is a printable document to be used as a receipt for the transfer of personal property. Both parties will be bound to the transaction including the transfer of the item in addition to the monetary funds by the purchaser. Once the form has been completed and signed the exchange becomes final. All items that are to be traded in the completed bill of sale, “the Payment” and “Personal Property”, are to exchange possession on the time…
The Utah motor boat/vehicle bill of sale, also known as Form TC-843, is to be used for the transfer of any automobile, motorcycle, off-highway vehicle, snowmobile, boat, or trailer from one individual/entity to another. The parties should agree to transfer possession of the item(s) and monetary funds on the same day of signing the bill of sale. Identification of the parties should be present at the time of sale. Versions Fillable Adobe PDF (.pdf) Microsoft Word (.doc) Rich Text Format (.rtf)…
Vehicle Registration Forms – To be returned to a Department of Motor Vehicle Location
Vehicle Bill of Sale (Form TC-843) – Included Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form TC-891) To only be used if the automobile is below 10 years of age and below 16,000 pounds (lb.).
Inspection – Vehicles over ten (10) years of age must pass a safety inspection in order to be on the road. Find Test Center.
Registration/Title Application (Form TC-656) – It is best to have the Title from the previous owner signed over to the applicant. If this cannot be completed the applicant will need to file for the Duplicate Title Application (Form TC-123)
Blank Check for Taxes and Fees
*Application for Motor Vehicle Identification Number (Form TC-162)
Boat Registration Forms
Boat Bill of Sale (Form TC-843) – Includes the Vessel Title Application (Form TC-656V)
Blank check for Registration Fees
*Certificate of Inspection (Form TC-661) – *For applicants/boats from another State
Firearms – Title 53, Section 5A
There is no waiting-period, registration, or license needed in order to conduct the private sale of a firearm. Once an agreement has been made and a bill of sale is authorized, the transaction is complete and final.