A Minnesota bill of sale acts as proof of sale and alleviates possible concerns for both parties during private transactions.
There is no formal requirement to fill out a printable bill of sale form in Minnesota. Still, it may be needed in transactions involving a vehicle or boat to title and register it appropriately. You will find the bill of sale templates for different situations on this page. Plus, we highly recommend using the official Form TR-207 for private transactions with cars and boats.
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Specific sales require specific bills of sale, and it is crucial to know which type, among other existing forms, has to be chosen in Minnesota.
Minnesota vehicle bill of sale shows the change of ownership of a vehicle and contains necessary details that may be requested during the vehicle registration process.
|Alternative Name||Car Bill of Sale|
Minnesota firearm bill of sale serves as a record of the information about the seller and buyer and legal proof of the ownership change.
|Alternative Name||Gun Bill of Sale|
A general bill of sale in Minnesota can be used in various situations, such as purchasing furniture, livestock, machinery, art pieces, motorcycles, bicycles, and trailers.
|Alternative Name||Generic Bill of Sale|
A new vehicle owner in Minnesota has 60 days to register their vehicle. The same applies to those who bring their vehicles from other states. The registration should be renewed every year. It can be done online, in person, or by mail. Regarding liability coverage, the minimum requirement is $10,000 due to the destruction of property, $30,000 due to bodily injury to one person, and $60,000 due to bodily injury to two or more persons.
Boat registration in Minnesota lasts for three years and can be prolonged in-person or online. Among the required documents for your vessel registration are the bill sale form, title and registration application, and certificate of title. Fees for boat registration vary greatly based on the type of watercraft and start from only $4.50 and reach $90.
In Minnesota, purchasing a firearm is possible for those who have a permit to purchase or permit to carry a firearm. These documents are issued by local sheriff’s offices. However, some categories of people are prohibited from buying a firearm in the state (these categories are outlined in the Minnesota Statutes). Concealed carry is allowed only with a permit to carry.
Application to Title and Register a Vehicle in Minnesota
Use a motor vehicle power of attorney if you plan to authorize someone else to address the DMV on your behalf.
Watercraft Title and Registration Application
Use a Minnesota Uniform Firearm Application Permit to Carry a Pistol to get a permit to carry a weapon in Minnesota. This application must be submitted in person.