The Arizona bill of sale forms are legal documents designed to provide proof that a legal sale and purchase has been transacted between parties for a variety of items. These forms will provide information regarding the identity of the item to be sold, change of ownership as well, they provide information pertaining to the seller and the buyer. Some of these documents will require notarization.
Firearm Bill of Sale – This form would be used to provide legal proof that a firearm is being legally sold and purchased.
General Bill of Sale – To provide proof of sale of any type of personal property ie: a tent, a bicycle or even livestock or dogs.
Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – Used to provide the proof that a vehicle has been paid for and released to the new owner by an individual or an entity.
Vessel Bill of Sale – Used for the sale of and/or to transfer ownership of any motorized or unmotorized watercraft.
Motor Vehicle Registration Forms
- Title and Registration Application (Form 96-0236)
- Proof of car insurance that meet Arizona’s coverage requirements
- A bill of sale
- If you reside or will reside in Phoenix or Tucson, and Emissions test performed at one of the state Emissions testing locations
- Proof of identification
- Registration Fees
Vessel Registration Forms
In the state of Arizona, no motorized vehicle may be used legally on any body of water without registration. Non motorized boats, ie: any boat with by sail, paddle or an ore require no registration. It would be best to register motorized your boat as soon as you are able to gather all of the appropriate documentation. The following documents are required to be taken in person to a Local Arizona Fish & Game Agency:
- Complete the Registration Application.
- Round up the license and registration fees (see fees below).
- Provide a bill of sale
- If it’s a new boat you will need the Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin – If used, you will a require a most current signed registration slip from the previous owner indicating release of the vessel
- Registration Fees
- Appear at the Arizona Game and Fish Department, with your documentation, to obtain your boat/vessel registration
General Bill of Sale
This document a written statement that would attest to the transfer of ownership of goods or possessions, to a buyer. Although this document is not necessary for kind of sale,it may certainly be useful to show that the buyer now has ownership and to will offer details as to what was purchased. Download and complete the instrument provided. For added protection, provide notarization.
Concealed Weapons Forms
- Applicant Instructions
- Determine whether you meet the qualifications in order to have the legal ability to obtain a concealed weapon permit.
- Review the provisions contained in the state of Arizona, Revised Statute Title 13, chapter 4 and chapter 31. This information is available on the Arizona State Legislature website
- You must then contact the Concealed Weapons Permit Unit by email and request an application packet which will contain an application. This packet will also contain two fingerprint cards, as well, a return envelope. This unit will provide individual application packets. If more than one is required simply make them aware of how many are needed. When requesting application packet(s) for New Permit(s), you must email your request to include your mailing address in one of the following formats:
PO Box 1234
Anytown, AZ 80808
1234 Weapons Street
Anytown, AX 80808
- Using the return envelope provided, send the completed application, adequate documentation that will demonstrate that you possess firearms safety competence. Also required will be two complete sets of fingerprints, the appropriate fee in the form of a money order, cashier’s check or certified check; payable to the AZ DPS and in attention to the CWPU. All fees are nonrefundable.
- NOTE: You as the “Applicant” must provide fingerprint cards provided by the Department. Some police agencies are willing to provide fingerprinting services for a small fee (DPS does not provide this service). Call your local police agencies to inquire about fingerprinting services. The prints must be clear, distinct and classifiable. Do not place tape over the top of the prints or you will be required to resubmit them.