Wisconsin Bill of Sale

Wisconsin bill of sale forms are legal documents that prove the legitimate transaction of private items in Wisconsin. Bills of sale detail the purchaser and vendor, as well as the properties or goods being traded and the conditions of the transaction. For tax reasons, the document may be helpful.

Wisconsin bill of sale

Wisconsin Bill of Sale

Wisconsin Bill of Sale Form types

Boat bill of sale

A Wisconsin boat bill of sale is a legal document that proves the change of ownership of a watercraft inside the state. The bill of sale will include the purchaser's and vendor's contact details, a description of the boat being sold, and the conditions of the sale. This document may be required for registration as well as tax aims.

General bill of sale

A Wisconsin general bill of sale is a legal form utilized by private individuals or entities in the state to prove the transaction of a private item. The paperwork contains identifiable details about the goods being traded and acts as proof of proprietorship transfer. It also contains information on the purchaser and vendor. This document is required to be notarized.

Gun bill of sale

A Wisconsin gun bill of sale is a legal form that proves that a handgun was legally sold or traded in the state. The vendor, purchaser, and gun will all be listed on this form. It can also be used as evidence of a formal proprietorship shift. Notarization is required for this document.

Motor Vehicle bill of sale

A Wisconsin motor vehicle bill of sale is a legal form that documents and formalizes the lawful change of proprietorship of an automobile in the state. The bill of sale should include the purchaser's and vendor's contact details, a description of the car, and an outline of the transaction's conditions. Although the document is not necessary when selling a car, it can be useful for personal record-keeping or future permit applications.

Forms for Automobile Documentation

  • The automobile's former owner's autograph on the Certificate of Title. Form MV 2489 is also necessary if the title has any revisions or errors.

  • If you don't want to request virtually, you can fill out a Title and License Plate Application (Form MV1)

  • Although a bill of sale is not needed, it is highly advisable.

  • An acceptable driver's license or other kinds of picture identification

  • Evidence of insurance that satisfies the state's minimum prerequisites:

    • Twenty-five thousand US dollars for the physical injury or fatality of an individual 

    • Fifty thousand US dollars if more than an individual is injured or killed.

    • Ten thousand US dollars for the destruction of property.

  • If the car is encumbered by a lien at the period of transaction, a lien release is required.

  • A Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is required if the purchaser or vendor is represented by an agency.

  • All charges and taxes must be paid in full, including

    • The automobile type's registration costs

    • Municipal transactions tax in the county where the automobile is purchased

    • If you're driving an eligible car, you'll have to pay a wheel tax.

    • Charges for the title

    • A fuel premium is required if the vehicle is a hybrid or electric car.

Forms for Boat Registration

  • A completed request for vessel registration and titling (Form 9400-193). Except the formal registration card comes through the mail, purchasers can utilize a copy of the completed Document as temporary evidence of documentation.

  • A Bill of Sale for a Vessel

  • The vendor's prototype certificate of title is signed over.

  • If the vessel was previously encumbered by a lien, a lien release from the seller is required.

  • All transaction taxes and registration costs must be paid.

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