It will not take you a long time to prepare a New Jersey trailer bill of sale, which you can later use as proof or ownership transfer regardless of who you are in this case — the seller or the buyer. Find out whether a free bill of sale is an essential document to have for transactions of trailers in this state.
New Jersey bill of sale templates – this category can help you learn more about other bills of sale useful in New Jersey.
For registration purposes, trailers used for personal needs are added to the category “other non-commercial motor vehicles” (Code 22). Both homemade and manufactured trailers weighing 2,500 lbs. or less are required to be registered. They are not required to be titled. Trailer with a weight exceeding 2,500 lbs. are required to be titled. Trailer registrations must be renewed in March.
When transferring ownership of a trailer, both the buyer and the seller are required to take certain steps.
If you are the seller, then you must do the following:
The buyer is required to do the following:
The following information must be included in a bill of sale.
The buyer and the seller should make photocopies of the bill of sale for their records.
You can find a free template of this document available in a printable PDF format on our site. Do this before selling your trailer. You can fill out this form using your PC and then print a bill of sale document. Remember to add your signature to the document. Check the ID of the buyer to ensure that added information is authentic.