The Kansas bill of sale forms are documents created to record a transaction that involves the transfer of ownership for some kind of property. The transaction usually occurs between a buyer and a seller and can be a sale, purchase, or trade. Property can vary widely such as firearms, vehicles, furniture, etc. and the bill of sale may need to be notarized depending on the nature of the transaction.
Boat bill of sale - Used to serve as a record of the legal transfer of ownership of a boat/vessel.
Firearm bill of sale - A bill of sale that documents the lawful transfer of ownership of firearms.
General bill of sale - A document used to record the transaction which involves various types of personal property such as furniture, jewelry, etc.
Vehicle bill of sale - A bill of sale that proves the transfer of ownership for motor vehicles and is required for registration of newly purchased vehicles.
A duly completed Bill of Sale;
Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form TR-59); Usually for vehicles under 16,000 pounds and less than 20 years.
A certificate of title that has been signed over to the new owner
If the vehicle was purchased outside of Kansas or comes with an out of state title then a motor vehicle examination certificate is needed
A driver’s license that’s valid in Kansas
An application for Kansas Title and registration manual
The applicable registration fees
Proof of valid insurance
Valid Kansas Driver’s License
If someone is registering on behalf of the owner then they’ll need a motor vehicle power of attorney
A duly completed boat bill of sale
A duly completed application for a certificate of number Kansas boating act
A receipt of sales tax or, if applicable, Form ST-8B Tax Exempt Form (this applies to boats brought from a dealership
An image or a tracing of the hull identification number (HIN) - applies to vessels that were manufactured after 1972
A driver’s license that’s valid in Kansas. If unavailable then government-issued ID to prove the identity.
The required registration fees.
A motor vehicle bill of sale expressly states the terms and conditions of a vehicle transaction between a purchaser and vendor. The sale document can ...
The business bill of sale documents the sale of a business and its assets, as well as the transfer of ownership. It outlines the sale terms, details k...
By signing the as-is bill of sale, the buyer is agreeing to purchase the item as it is in its current condition regardless of any defects whatsoever. ...