An Alabama bill of sale is a document required in a variety of private transactions involving high-value objects between two parties, typically a buyer and a seller. While not officially required for every sale, this document may help to prove legal transactions.
On our site, you will find different templates of bills of sale depending on the type of transaction or the type of equipment you sell or buy. You also have a possibility to create your own form that will feature the fields applicable solely to your personal case.
The Alabama Motor Vehicle Title Registration & Insurance Portal provides a special form MVT 32-13B for abandoned motor vehicles; it is available for download below.
Build Your Document
Answer a few simple questions to make your document in minutes
Save and Print
Save progress and finish on any device, download and print anytime
Sign and Use
Your valid, lawyer-approved document is ready
The forms of bills of sale differ depending on the type of transaction you are intending to do. Ensure you choose the right form applicable to your agreement and the type of object to be sold or bought.
Fill in an Alabama boat bill of sale for any private purchase transaction of a boat. No title is required, but it’s important to insert the last boat registration certificate and the serial number.
|Alternative Name||Watercraft Bill of Sale|
An Alabama firearm bill of sale will be useful for all gun transactions in Alabama. The fields include the serial number of the gun and the personal details of the parties.
|Alternative Name||Gun Bill of Sale|
A general bill of sale in Alabama can be used for any type of purchase transaction between the seller and the buyer.
|Alternative Name||Generic Bill of Sale|
You need to register your vehicle 20 days after the purchase and 30 days after moving to Alabama. The base registration fee in Alabama is $45, excluding the vehicle taxes that may be applied. Furthermore, you must have evidence of insurance with $25,000 in bodily injury coverage, $50,000 per accident coverage, and $25,000 in property damage coverage at the time of registration.
A new boat, depending on its length, needs to be registered within 72 hours of purchase in the state of Alabama. If you buy a boat that was previously registered by another owner, you have 15 days to do the transfer of ownership. To do so, the standard signed boat bill of sale will be sufficient as the purchase evidence.
In Alabama, there is no requirement to register a firearm, nor do you need special permission to buy a gun (Alabama Code 13A-11-85). You may, however, need to apply for a concealed weapon permit, which is normally done at the Sheriff’s office in the county where you live. Only Alabama residents are eligible to apply for such a permit.
This Alabama Bill of Sale for Abandoned Vehicles form must be completed and submitted to the Alabama Department of Revenue to transfer the ownership of an abandoned vehicle. (see Alabama Code, Title 32, Chapter 13)
Application for Certificate of Title to Record or Transfer a Lien
It’s a document that a person can use to appoint an agent who would be able to act on the principal’s behalf and handle registration, tax payment, and other responsibilities connected with issuing, obtaining, and renewing license plates for any vehicle’s owner.
The Alabama Odometer Disclosure Statement is used to keep track of the mileage of a vehicle being sold. In order to comply with the Federal Truth in Mileage Act of 1986, which requires you (the seller) to disclose the miles in connection with the transfer of ownership, you must complete this form.
The ALEA application for boat registration, transfer, replacement, and duplicate.