Montana bill of sale forms are documents used to confirm the transfer of the title of a property from the person selling to the person buying. These forms can be used for properties like boats, guns, vehicles, private items, etc. They usually contain essential details about the person buying, the person selling and the object of sale.
There are four types of bill of sale forms used in Montana.
Bill of Sale For Vessels – This is used to confirm that there has been a legal transaction involving the sale and purchase of a boat.
Bill of Sale For Guns – This is used to confirm that there has been a legal transaction involving the sale, purchase and a transfer of ownership of guns.
General Bill of Sale –This is used to confirm that there has been a legal transaction involving the transfer of ownership of a personal property between two private parties.
Bill of Sale For Motor Vehicles (Form MV24) – This is used to confirm that there has been a legal transaction involving the sale and purchase of a motor vehicle. It usually contains essential information about the vehicle and the parties involved in the transaction.
Proof of Purchase (which is a Bill of Sale form in this case);
Mileage Declaration Form (known as an Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form MV90-A);
A completely filled form applying to obtain a certificate for the transfer of title of a motor vehicle (this application should be made to office of the county’s treasurer);
In cases where the certificate above is unavailable, the owner of the vehicle may apply for a replacement by sending a mail to the VSB(Vehicle Service Bureau);
A permit to drive as approved by the state of Montana;
In cases where someone else is registering the vehicle in place of the original owner of the vehicle, a Montana Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is required;
Payment of Registration Costs; and
A document confirming that the vehicle has been insured with Limited Coverages:
$20,000 for every accident that damages another’s property;
$25,000 for every accident that results in physical injury or loss of life to a person;
$50,000 for every accident that results in physical injury of more than one person.
A completely filled application to obtain certificate of title;
Proof of Purchase (in this case, a Bill of Sale);
Document showing proof of transfer of ownership;
Payment of Registration costs (registration differs according to how long or how old the vessel is).
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