Maine Bill of Sale

The Maine bill of sale forms are legal documents that serve as a record and proof that a lawful sale, purchase, or trade of property took place between two or more parties. It details the information related to the transaction such as the names of the parties involved, the purchase and sale amount, a description of the property, etc. Many of the bill of sale documents for main will need a notary public and disinterested witnesses. 

Maine bill of sale form template

Maine Bill of Sale

4 types of Maine bill of sale forms

  • Boat bill of sale - a document used to record the change of ownership transaction between two or more parties. 

  • Firearm bill of sale - A legal document that serves as proof of the lawful transfer of ownership of a gun through a sale, purchase, or trade. 

  • General bill of sale - A bill of sale that is used to document the transaction involving the purchase or sale of personal property. 

  • Motor vehicle bill of sale - A legal document that serves as proof of the lawful sale of a motor vehicle and is often required for registration under the name of the new owner. 

Required documents for vehicle registration in Maine

  • A duly completed bill of sale 

  • The odometer disclosure statement - especially for cars that were manufactured within the last 20 years and are under 16,000 pounds. 

  • The certificate of title that has been signed over by the original owner 

  • Proof of excise tax payment (usually a receipt) 

  • Copy of the application for registration (white and yellow copy)

  • A driver’s license that’s valid in the state of Maine 

  • If the vehicle was manufactured after 1995 then a blue title application is needed 

  • If it’s a new vehicle then the MSRP sticker is needed 

  • The applicable registration fees registration fees 

  • Insurance proof that meets the minimum requirements in Maine 

  • If someone will be registering the vehicle for the owner then a motor vehicle power of attorney is needed 

Required documents for boat registration in Maine

  • A duly completed application

  • A boat bill of sale 

  • The certificate of title that has been signed over by the original owner 

  • The applicable registration fees 

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