Missouri Bill of Sale Form

To confirm the legality of a sale, purchase, and transfer of the title of any private property, vehicle, gun, vessel, etc, a Missouri bill of sale form is drawn. This form usually includes essential details about the person selling, the person buying, and the item of sale. The parties involved in this transaction are to imprint their signature on this form to authenticate it.

Missouri bill of sale

Missouri Bill of Sale Form

Types of Bill of Sale Forms in Missouri

  1. Bill of Sale For Vessel – To prove the authenticity of a sales transaction involving the buying and selling of a boat, this form is drawn.

  2. General Bill of Sale – To show that there has been a sale, purchase, and transfer of ownership of any personal item, this bill of sale form is drawn. 

  3. Bill of Sale For Gun – To prove the authenticity of a sales transaction involving buying and selling of a gun, as well as the transfer of ownership of that vehicle, this bill of sale form is utilized.

  4.  Bill of Sale For Vehicle – To show the legality of the sales and purchase of a vehicle, this form is utilized. It usually contains essential details about the vehicle and is necessary for the registration of a vehicle. 

Registration Requirements for a Motor Vehicle

  • Proof of Legal Purchase (which is Bill of Sale in this case);

  • Mileage Declaration Form (also known as an Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form 1545));

  • Documents to show that there has been a transfer of ownership (Incase the document this document is unavailable, it can be replaced);

  • A filled form to apply for titling and licensing of the vehicle;

  • A permit to drive as proved in the state of Missouri;

  • In cases where someone else registers the vehicle in place of the original owner of the vehicle, a Missouri Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is required;

  • Payment of Registration costs;

  • Documents to show that the vehicle is insured and covered;

    • For every person who suffers physical injury, $25,000 is paid;

    • For every accident that destroys property, $25,000 is paid;

    • For every accident that causes physical injury, $50,000 is paid.

Registration Requirements for Boats

  • A filled form applying for titling and registration of boats;

  • Proof of Purchase (which is a Bill of Sale (Form 1957) in this case);

  • Proof that taxes for personal properties have been paid, or in cases where you have been paying taxes, a  non-assessment statement is needed;

  • Payment of registration Costs.

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