A Kansas bill of sale is a document that follows a transaction between private parties regarding transferring ownership to a particular item. Some of the most common things private parties trade for money are motor vehicles, boats, equipment, animals, furniture, and artwork.
Regardless of what is purchased and sold, documenting the details of a deal in the form of a bill of sale will help the parties involved get legal protection in case either of the sides has any claims in the future.
Kansas requires sellers and purchasers to use specific forms when it comes to deals involving vehicles and boats. The Form TR-312 by the Kansas Department of Revenue’s Division of Vehicles should be used for vehicle transactions. You can also use the official form released by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism (KDWPT) for boats.
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Apart from the official forms for motor vehicles and vessels that we have already mentioned, there are specific bill of sale forms for other types of property that we have prepared with the help of professional attorneys. These forms are also valid in Kansas and often provide more room for custom details.
Kansas bill of sale for motor vehicles will help you record the characteristics of the car, its condition, price, method of payment, and other important details of the deal.
|Alternative Name||Car Bill of Sale|
Use a firearm bill of sale for any private transactions that involve selling guns in this state.
|Alternative Name||Gun Bill of Sale|
Use a general bill of sale form if you want to add legal protection when selling or buying furniture, artwork, equipment, and any other property that has a particular value.
|Alternative Name||Generic Bill of Sale|
In Kansas, you have to record your vehicle within 60 days after the purchase or when you have transferred it to the state. There is also a minimum liability coverage requirement for car insurance – $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident. Please mind that only antique vehicles (vehicles 35 years old or older) can have ownership transferred by bill of sales. In all other cases, the assigned title should be used.
You will have to register and number your vessel if it is powered by a motor (gasoline, diesel, or electric) or sail. The standard fee for boat registration in Kansas is $42.50.
No Kansas law requires firearm owners to register their guns in the state, and the transfer of ownership of guns brought from other states doesn’t have to be documented either. There are no specific requirements for open carry, meaning that a license or permit is not required.
Official Vehicle Bill of Sale in Kansas
Form TR-212a or Title and Registration Application is used to proceed with the vehicle titling or registration process.
Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form TR-59) is usually attached to a bill of sale to confirm the actual mileage.
A vehicle power of attorney will let you title or register your car using the help of an authorized agent.
Official vessel bill of sale provided by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
Application for Certificate of Number is designed for new owners to register their vessels.