A Connecticut bill of sale is a legal form that acts as proof that a certain private transaction took place. This document records the seller’s and buyer’s contact details and contains identifying information about the item sold.
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Types of bills of sale in CT range according to the type of sale and terms of the transaction. Find a bill of sale form that suits your needs below and get it filled out accordingly.
To sell vehicles of any kind, you can use a Connecticut motor vehicle bill of sale form. The buyer will need to present a sale proof in the DMV, and a bill of sale is a suitable document in this case.
|Alternative Name||Car Bill of Sale|
If you want to sell or buy a boat in Connecticut, use this template. You’d need to indicate all the identifying details of the boat, including its make, model, year, HIN, and engine hours.
|Alternative Name||Vessel Bill of Sale|
With a firearm bill of sale, it’s possible to keep a check on the times a firearm changes ownership in Connecticut. You would also need a purchase permit from the Connecticut State Police to buy any gun.
|Alternative Name||Gun Bill of Sale|
If you want to use a bill of sale for something other than vehicles, watercraft, or firearms, this general form will suit your needs.
|Alternative Name||Generic Bill of Sale|
You will have 30 days from the time of the sale or 60 days from the moment you moved to Connecticut. You will need to show that you’ve got car insurance with a minimum of $25,000 in coverage per individual injured as well as at least $50,000 totally for everyone injured in an accident.
All motorboats, personal watercraft, and sailboats 19.5 ft or longer have to be registered in CT. The registration fees are dependent on the boat’s length, type, and building materials. You can use form H-31 from the previous section for vessel transfer, too.
In Connecticut, you are required to have a permit to purchase handguns and carry them, but you do not have to register them.
A bill of sale form provided by the Department of Motor Vehicles in the State of Connecticut.
Registration and Title Application with instructions is used to apply for a car title in CT.
Special power of attorney for a vehicle is used to authorize someone to work with DMV paperwork on your behalf.
Required during ownership transfer to confirm the vehicle mileage.
Application for Vessel Registration and Certificate of Number Decal with instructions.
Vessel Ownership Affidavit – used for unregistered vessels.
Sales of Transfer of All Firearms is used as a bill of sale during private transfers.
Application to Purchase a Firearm must be kept for 20 years, no filing required.