A Vermont bill of sale is an essential legal instrument to keep records of transactions between sellers and buyers. The document functions as proof that there won’t be any legal issues from the sale.
Along with our customizable bill of sale forms, you can use Vermont’s official bill of sale to sell or purchase a vehicle or boat – Form VT-005. This document also contains an odometer disclosure statement to submit with your vehicle bill of sale.
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There exist different forms of bills of sale, and each of them is used for specific circumstances and transactions. Depending on the transaction carried out, you will need to prepare the correct bill of sale, applicable in Vermont.
Vermont bill of sale for a motor vehicle allows the buyer to purchase the item without any unrevealed defect and protects the seller from any liability for future accidents.
|Alternative Name||Car Bill of Sale|
Vermont bill of sale for vessels records the sale and purchase of a boat and provides both parties with the transaction details.
|Alternative Name||Vessel Bill of Sale|
Using a Vermont firearm bill of sale, you can transfer the ownership of a gun. No criminal history check is demanded before selling a gun in Vermont.
|Alternative Name||Gun Bill of Sale|
You can choose a Vermont general bill of sale if the transaction does not require a more specific bill of sale form, for example, when selling livestock equipment, computer, or house appliance.
|Alternative Name||Generic Bill of Sale|
Vehicles must be recorded within 60 days from the moment you relocate to Vermont. Registering a vehicle in Vermont will cost you from $76 to $132.
The validity of boat registrations in Vermont continues for about two years, depending on your application. Practically all motorboats, regardless of size or type, need to be registered.
In Vermont, there isn’t a firearms state registry. Consequently, you don’t need to register the proprietary rights change or those firearms you’re taking with you to the state. According to Vermont law, open-carry of handguns is nowadays allowed for the state residents.
Official Vermont Bill of Sale and Odometer Disclosure Statement
Vermont Registration, Tax, and Title Application
Form VT-010 verifies the vehicle identification number (VIN) or hull identification number (HIN).
Snowmobile Registration, Tax, and Title Application
This form helps a person designate a representative to manage the matters regarding the vehicle.
Application for Motorboat Registration
Form VD-113, known as Application for Vessel Validation, is used if the vessel has been registered in another state.
Form VT-012 (Multiple Owners on Registration/Title Authorization) is designed to indicate more than two persons as registered and/or titled owners of the vessel.