A Vermont 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 Vermont (VT).
You should use a Bill of Sale in Vermont if you’re buying or selling a car (or any vehicle), a boat, a gun/firearm, a motorcycle, or a horse.
Bill of Sale – By Type (5)
A form to form to buy or sell a motor vehicle in Vermont. In many states, a bill of sale is required to register a vehicle at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
A document to transfer ownership of recreational water vehicles (such as motorboats, sailboats, yachts, and jet skis) in the state of Vermont.
A form to buy or sell a trailer (or any non-motorized vehicle pulled by another vehicle) in the state of Vermont and register it at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
A form to transfer ownership of a gun (such as a handgun, rifle, or shotgun) in the state of Vermont, and avoid legal or criminal issues involving the weapon after it is sold.
A document to record the transfer of a horse or pony in the state of Vermont. By detailing information about the bike sold, you can protect yourself from fraudulent sales.
Vehicle Registration Forms
- Bill of Sale
- Odometer Disclosure Statement (VT-005)
- Registration/Tax/Title Application (Form TA-VD-119)
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Verification
- Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (MCO)
- Driver’s license or state ID
- Registration fees
- Proof of insurance
Boat Registration Forms
- Motorboat Registration & Title Application (Form TA-VD-37)
- Bill of Sale
- Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (MCO) (if a boat is new)
- Certificate of Title signed over to buyer (if a boat is used)
- Payment of all registration fees