A Mississippi bill of sale is created to detail the essential aspects of a private deal and ensure that both parties will not have any claims towards each other after the transaction is done.
A Mississippi bill of sale is a document used for transactions involving various types of property: motor vehicles, vessels, trailers, animals, furniture, and equipment. Everything that has a particular value can be passed to another person using a bill of sale. However, when it comes to vehicles and boats, the state may provide specific forms that are more appropriate to use.
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Here are some bill of sale forms that might fit your specific needs. The templates are free to download and easy to print.
Mississippi vehicle bill of sale, along with valuable information about the parties and the vehicle itself, may facilitate the registration process for vehicle owners.
|Alternative Name||Car Bill of Sale|
Mississippi boat bill of sale will allow both seller and purchaser to alleviate their worries regarding possible claims of the opposite party regarding the boat purchase.
|Alternative Name||Vessel Bill of Sale|
A vehicle purchased in Mississippi must be registered within seven days after the purchase. The registration lasts for a year. The renewal can be done online on the Mississippi DOR Motor Vehicle e-Services portal or in person at one of the county tax collector’s offices.
A boat must be registered in Mississippi if equipped with propulsion machinery. The boat is expected to be registered within ten days after the transaction. The requisition should be renewed every three years. It can be done online, by phone, or by mail. Fees for boat registration are length-based and vary between $10.20 and $47.70.
Sales of firearms in Mississippi are allowed for everyone who can lawfully purchase and own guns. A small category of people outlined in the Mississippi Code is prohibited from buying firearms. A license for concealed carry is generally not needed, but in some instances, a gun owner will need a Firearm Permit.
Mississippi Odometer Disclosure Statement
Form 78-013-18-8-1-000 or Affidavit of Ownership of Motor Vehicle is used to prove the ownership of the vehicle in case the certificate of title is unavailable due to a specific reason.
Mississippi Motor Boat Registration Application
Use an Application for Concealed Carry Firearm Permit (with instructions) if you want to get a firearm permit in Mississippi.