The Missouri Bill of Sale Forms are legal documents that are utilized between buyers and sellers of various boats, vehicles, firearms and even personal items that provide information with regard to the seller, the buyer, and the item(s) being sold. These documents provide change of ownership information and are often needed for various registrations. Some documents will require notarization to better authenticate the information and the legality of the sales.
Boat Bill of Sale – This document would be used to prove the purchase and change of ownership of a vessel/boat and will prove change of ownership.
General Bill of Sale – These forms are most generally utilized between two private parties for the proof of sale and change of ownership of personal items.
Firearm Bill of Sale – Use of this document will provide legal proof of sale of a firearm, it will provide required information with regard to the seller, buyer and the firearm itself. It will also provide information with regard to change of ownership
Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – Is to be used to prove the legal sale and purchase of a motor vehicle. The form provides all information needed for change of ownership, seller and buyer information and may be used for registration of the vehicle
Missouri Boat Registration Forms
- Upon arrival, you must have a completed Application for Missouri Boat/Vessel or Outboard Motor Title and Registration (Form DOR-93)
- A notarized bill of sale
- Photo ID
- If you have a lien on your vessel/boat, you must have a notarized Notice of Lien, lien Release
- You must provide a Personal property tax receipt or completed statement of non-assessment form.
- You must be prepared to pay all applicable taxes
Missouri Vehicle Registration Forms
- You will need a title certificate that has been properly completed
- If you’ve purchased a new vehicle from a dealership in Missouri, you will also need a Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin
- You will need a completed Application for Missouri Title and License
- A bill of sale
- A safety inspection will be needed in the state of Missouri. If your vehicle is from another state, this inspection will eliminate the need for an odometer statement – The safety inspection must be provided and completed by an authorized Missouri automobile inspection station that is authorized by the state
- For any vehicle that is under 10 years of age or for any vehicle that weighs less that 16.000 pounds, you will require an Odometer disclosure statement (Form 3019)
- If this is a new and/or financed vehicle or one that has only now been paid off, you will require a notarized Notice of Lien, Lien Release, or Authorization to Add/Remove Name from Title (Form DOR-4809)
- You will require a safety and emissions inspection statement, once the inspection is completed, you will be provided an inspection sheet that must accompany the rest of your documentation to register your vehicle
- Be prepared to present a current photo ID
- Be prepared to pay all registration and titling fees at the time of registration