North Carolina Bill of Sale

North Carolina Bill of Sale forms are used to transfer items/belongings from one person or entity to the other. The document contains details on the sold item, the purchaser, and the vendor that is required to complete the transfer of proprietorship. These forms can be used for any type of item so far the specified vendor possesses it entirely and privately.

North Carolina vehicle bill of sale

North Carolina Bill of Sale

Types of North Carolina Bill of Sale Forms

Boat bill of sale

A North Carolina boat bill of sale is a legalized paper that acts as proof of a lawful deal/business involving a boat or vessel between two individuals or entities in North Carolina. It includes information on the purchaser, vendor, and the watercraft that is required for documentation. This form has to be submitted along with a state registration application.

General bill of sale

A North Carolina general bill of sale is a legal document that confirms a legitimate transaction of personal property between two private individuals or entities. The vendor, the purchaser, and the properties being sold are all listed on the form. This paperwork must be notarized.

Gun bill of sale

A North Carolina gun bill of sale is a legalized paper that documents the lawful transaction of a weapon in the state of North Carolina between a vendor and a private purchaser. The vendor, the purchaser, and the weapon itself must all be detailed in the document. It can also serve as evidence that the two parties have a lawful and complete shift of proprietorship. It does, however, mandate notarized autographs to be valid.

Motor Vehicle bill of sale

A North Carolina vehicle bill of sale is a legal confirmation that the transaction of an automobile was completed. This paperwork contains details about the vendor, the purchaser, the car, and the proprietorship transfer. This paperwork may be required at the time of documentation and have to be authenticated.

Forms for Automobile Documentation

  • Sale Document; 

  • Form MVR-1 (Title Application);

  • MVR-180 (Odometer Disclosure Statement);

  • Certificate of Title (directly apply at the Division of Motor Vehicles for a replacement title);

  • An acceptable driver's permit is required.

  • If someone other than the possessor registers the car on behalf of the owner, a North Carolina Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is necessary;

  • Documentation Cost;

  • and Evidence of Insurance with Minimum Demands:

    • Twenty-five thousand US dollars for the destruction of belongings; 

    • Thirty thousand US dollars for physical harm to a single person; and 

    • Sixty thousand US dollars for a physical wound to two or more persons. 

Forms for Vessel Documentation

  • Application for NC Vessel Registration and Title, 

  • Sale Document, 

  • Certificate of Title, and 

  • Documentation cost

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