A Kentucky bill of sale is a document that allows property owners to document the change of ownership. If you have an item that you want to sell, creating a bill of sale will let you record the specific details of the deal and provide protection for both parties.
We have several bill of sale forms that can be used for different life situations. With our explanations, you will easily find the one that will fit your specific needs.
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Here are the most common forms of bills of sale in Kentucky. You may want to fill out one of them to ensure the safety of your transaction.
Kentucky vehicle bill of sale is a valuable document for all those who want to safely transfer their car to another party and not get claims about its condition in the future.
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If you are not sure what form of a bill of sale you need, go with a general bill of sale form. It can be used for all types of property that is transferred from one individual to another.
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New vehicle owners have 15 days to register their vehicles at their local County Clerk’s office in Kentucky. The same applies to those who import their vehicles from other states. The registration expires annually, and it can be renewed online. Use the resources below for registration purposes.
All engine-based vessels must be registered in Kentucky with the Kentucky DFW. Those who purchase their vessels in the state have 15 days to register them; those who transfer the vessels from another state must register them within 60 days after the change of residency. Boat registration fees in Kentucky start from $10 and reach $65, depending on the class of the boat.
Firearms in Kentucky do not have to be registered, and guns can be sold by individuals legally allowed to possess them without any extra licenses. No permit is needed for concealed carry, but individuals might apply for a Concealed Carry Deadly Weapons permit if they wish.
Odometer Disclosure Statement
Form TC 96-182 or Application for Kentucky Certificate of Title/Registration allows you to obtain the certificate of title or registration in Kentucky.
A motor vehicle power of attorney will be useful for individuals wishing to assign another person to be in charge of their vehicle.
Use a Motor Boat Transaction Record Application for Title/Registration (Form TC 96-184) to record transfer and register or title your boat.