Nebraska Bill of Sale Templates

A Nebraska bill of sale is a crucial document that provides you with a secure way to transfer ownership of a high-value property such as a car, watercraft, or gun. Make sure to fill out the bill of sale according to your state requirements to avoid any potential legal claims if the sale goes wrong.

Below, you can access a downloadable and editable template of a bill of sale valid in Nebraska that will cover most private property purchase deals. Using lawyer-approved and official forms will shield you from any legal risks in the future.

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Bills of sale can vary for each item you’re about to purchase or sell, so it’s vital to check twice whether the selected document template is appropriate for your case.

Nebraska motor vehicle bill of sale is a document required at the time of vehicle purchase or ownership transfer.

Alternative Name Car Bill of Sale
Seller’s Signature Required
Buyer’s Signature Required
Notarization Required
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Fill out a boat bill of sale to secure the watercraft ownership transfer, which is specifically crucial when you buy from private sellers.

Alternative Name Vessel Bill of Sale
Seller’s Signature Required
Buyer’s Signature Required
Notarization Required
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Use a firearm bill of sale during the gun purchase in Nebraska to record the ownership transfer. The purchaser must obtain a concealed handgun permit or handgun certificate to seal the deal.

Alternative Name Gun Bill of Sale
Seller’s Signature Required
Buyer’s Signature Required
Notarization Optional
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Use a general bill of sale form to seal most purchase deals, including selling vehicle accessories, tools, and equipment.

Alternative Name Generic Bill of Sale
Seller’s Signature Required
Buyer’s Signature Required
Notarization Optional
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Official Nebraska Vehicle Bill of Sale Form Preview

 

 

 

 

State of Nebraska

 

Department of Motor Vehicles

 

 

 

 

BILL OF SALE*

 

DATE OF SALE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(MO/DAY/YEAR)

 

I,

 

in consideration of the payment of the sum of $

 

Transferor (Seller) PLEASE PRINT

 

 

 

 

 

acknowledge receipt of payment from

 

 

 

and do hereby sell and

 

 

 

 

Transferee (Buyer) PLEASE PRINT

 

transfer ownership of the motor vehicle described below:

Vehicle Information

Year

Make

Model

VIN

Transferor Information

Full Name

Address

City State Zip

Phone Number

Transferee Information

Full Name

Address

City State Zip

Phone Number

Transferor’s (Seller) Signature

 

Transferee’s (Buyer) Signature

Seller warrants that he/she is the lawful owner of the motor vehicle described above and that it is free and clear of all liens, security agreements, encumbrances, claims, demands and charges.

 

Subscribed and sworn before me the

 

day

 

Subscribed and sworn before me the

 

day

 

of

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

of

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signature of Notary Public or Designated County Official

 

 

Signature of Notary Public or Designated County Official

 

My commission expires on

 

 

 

 

 

 

My commission expires on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEAL

 

 

 

 

 

SEAL

 

 

 

 

*Note: Individuals transacting a motor vehicle transfer of ownership must complete a Bill of Sale at the time of sale.

They are NOT, however, required to use this Bill of Sale form.

This Bill of Sale form is made available by the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles as a courtesy.

Revised 1/2014

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Relevant Resources

For Vehicles

According to the Nebraska laws, you must register your vehicle within 30 days after relocation or purchase. Nebraska demands a 5.5% state sales tax rate and additional title, registration, and plate fees. The exact amount of the fees is determined by the Motor Vehicle Office located in your county. The fee varies by the MSRP value of the vehicle, which can be calculated through the Vehicle Tax Estimator.

For Boats

After purchasing a boat from a private seller, you have 15 days to notify Game and Parks about the boat’s new owner and 30 days after entering the Nebraska waters to register the boat in the new owner’s name.

For Firearms

In Nebraska, any gun holder must have a handgun certificate or a concealed handgun permit. Although Nebraska allows open-carry of the gun, you have to check your local regulations because some counties, like Omaha, require a person to register their handgun.

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Relevant Forms

Vehicle Bill of Sale
(Vehicle/Vessel) Form RV-707
Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney
(Vessel) Form 33-090
(Vehicle/Vessel) Form RV-707a
(Firearm) Form NSP 1710

Nebraska Official Bill of Sale Form for Motor Vehicles

Vehicle Bill of Sale

Application for Certificate of Title (Form RV-707) is used to ensure successful vehicle or boat registration.

(Vehicle/Vessel) Form RV-707

A motor vehicle power of attorney helps a person temporarily hand over legal rights and the right of signature to another person.

Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney

Form 33-090 or Application for Boat Number and Certificate is the form required for boat registration and titling in Nebraska.

(Vessel) Form 33-090

Fill out an Application for Duplicate Certificate of Title (Form RV-707a) if you’ve lost or damaged your original title certificate.

(Vehicle/Vessel) Form RV-707a

Form NSP 1710 or Concealed Handgun Permit Application is used to apply for a firearm permit in Nebraska.

(Firearm) Form NSP 1710
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Published: Sep 15, 2020
Mara Erlach
Mara Erlach
Writer & Attorney
Mara has been practicing estate planning and trust law in California since 2003, taking pride in helping clients of all backgrounds and asset profiles form a complete and customized estate plan. Her specialties are: estate planning, wills and trusts, trust and probate administration.