A Maryland bill of sale is a document used for private purchases between individuals to record all details of such purchases in this state. This form can be used to prove legal ownership and is required during registration procedures in the MDOT MVA.
We offer customized bill of sale templates designed for the State of Maryland and tailored for different purposes. You can also create a personalized document that would suit your needs in under 10 minutes via our builder.
Additionally, there are two official forms that you can use in Maryland: Form VR-181 – for vehicles and Form B-118 – for boats. Both of them are available for download further 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
Depending on the circumstances and types of transactions, there are different types of bills of sale that you can use in MD. You may wish to choose the appropriate bill of sale template below based on the transaction you’re conducting.
Maryland vehicle bill of sale is used for motor vehicle transactions and is required during titling and registration procedures. The form must be notarized to be valid.
|Alternative Name||Car Bill of Sale|
Maryland boat bill of sale – used to record the information of a watercraft being sold to another party and have legal proof of the deal completion. The buyer will have 30 days to register the vessel in the Department of Natural Resources.
|Alternative Name||Vessel Bill of Sale|
Use this gun bill of sale template to document the essential details of a firearm transfer. According to Maryland Public Safety Section 5-106, only a licensed dealer can sell firearms.
|Alternative Name||Gun Bill of Sale|
A general bill of sale may be applied for nearly any property type. Ensure the description of what is being offered for sale and the purchase terms are carefully detailed, as this form is less customized.
|Alternative Name||Generic Bill of Sale|
You’ll have 60 days from the minute of the transaction or the moment you relocate to Maryland to register the vehicle. Apart from some additional fees or taxes that your county may impose, you’ll have to pay $135–$187 for vehicle registration.
Registrations of boats in the state of Maryland are usually valid for twenty-four months. They will be required for all commercial and recreational vessels. Registrations expire on December 31 of every second year.
Individuals are now allowed to open-carry handguns in the state of Maryland without a license. To buy a gun, you would need to get a state permit first, issued by the police department, which also involves a background check. Only people who became residents after October 1, 2013, are required to register regulated guns. Machine guns have to be registered in all cases.
Application for a Certificate of Title – used to apply for vehicle title and must be handed in-person in your local MVA office.
Odometer Disclosure Statement – a mandatory form used to disclose the actual mileage of a vehicle.
Limited motor vehicle power of attorney – assign another person to act on your behalf in vehicle-related matters.
Licensing and registration for boats built entirely by the applicant.
A sample of the form you fill out when applying for a firearm permit (with questions asked by the MDSP). Provided only for informational purposes and should not be filed or submitted in any way.