An Alaska bill of sale is a legal document used to transfer ownership of a valuable item from one person to another based on the specific state laws of Alaska (AK). The item can be any personal property bought or exchanged for money or traded for another valuable item.
Bill of Sale – By Type (5)
A document that attests to the transfer of a used car from one owner to another, either as a sale or a gift.
A document that legally transfers the ownership of a boat or other watercraft from a seller to a buyer.
A document used to buy or sell a trailer (or any non-motorized vehicle pulled by another vehicle) and register it.
A document used to record the transfer of a motorcycle and prevent fraudulent sales in the state of Alaska.
Vehicle Registration Forms
- Application for Title and Registration (Form 812)
- Bill of Sale
- Odometer Disclosure Statement
- Vehicle title
- Provide a photocopy of the vehicle’s title if there is a lien against the vehicle, and the title is held in a different state or the lien release if applicable)
- Vehicle identification number (VIN)
- Proof of car insurance
- Payment for registration fees
If the vehicle is leased or someone else is signing for you, provide a notarized motor vehicle power of attorney (Form 847).
Boat Registration Forms
- Boat Title and Registration Application
- Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin
- Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin
- A Completed CG-1261 Builders Certification
- Registration Fees
Firearm Registration Forms
Alaska has no law requiring firearms to be registered. The Firearm Bill of Sale form serves as proof of payment and proof of a firearm/gun ownership exchange.
If you want to be exempt from background checks while purchasing additional firearms or to conceal carry in other states with a reciprocity agreement, you need a permit issued by the Alaska State Police.