A Maine bill of sale is a form to document essential details of the transaction between individuals regarding the transfer of particular property. It is common to use bills of sale in transactions involving cars, animals, furniture, livestock, ATVs, trailers, and motorcycles.
Any property that has a specific value may change owners with the use of a bill of sale. The document should contain information about the parties, item sold, its condition, price, and parties’ signatures to be valid. Some bill of sale forms also require notarization (it mainly concerns the official forms provided by the state).
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Maine bill of sale forms serve various life situations. You will find the most common templates and the one that fits your particular needs on this webpage.
A boat bill sale form helps prove the change of ownership and might be required by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife during the boat registration.
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A motor vehicle bill of sale is needed for the registration of a vehicle which must take place immediately after the purchase at the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). For out-of-state vehicles, there are 30 days to register them with the BMV. Registration should be renewed every year.
Boat registration in Maine occurs at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW). The registration is valid for one calendar year. The price for boat registration depends on the motor power and varies between $16 and $50. The registration renewal can be quickly done online (however, you should check your town eligibility) or in person at an MDIFW office.
A firearm in Maine can be sold privately by all individuals who have the legal right to own one. Some categories of people are prohibited from buying guns in Maine. There is no requirement to register firearms in the state. When it comes to concealed carry, anyone legally owning a gun can do it without a specific permit (individuals aged between 18 and 20 should obtain a permit).
Maine Official Bill of Sale Form for Motor Vehicles
Form MVT-32 or Odometer Information is required by the Secretary of State so that the buyer knows about the actual mileage, and the odometer reading of a vehicle can be shown on a certificate of title.
ATV, Boat, and Resident Snowmobile Registration Application
This Application for Permit to Carry Concealed Handgun should be used by Maine residents to get a permit to carry a firearm.
This Application for Permit to Carry Concealed Handgun should be used by non-residents who want to obtain a permit to carry a firearm in Maine.