The most commonly used Missouri bills of sale are a general bill of sale, a bill of sale for a motor vehicle, a bill of sale for a boat, and a bill of sale for a gun.
A simple Missouri bill of sale includes certain information about both the buyer and the seller as well as the item being sold:
A Missouri bill of sale can be written in plain English. There is no need for legal jargon or archaic terms. The important part is to make sure that the bill of sale includes the required elements. If you are a party listed in a Missouri bill of sale, make sure that you have more than one copy of the completed document for your records.
Yes. A Missouri bill of sale is required to register your vehicle. The bill of sale should be turned over to the Department of Revenue by the seller. The seller will also need to complete a Notice of Sale (Form 5049). You'll also need a certificate of title or a manufacturer's statement of origin, a signed Application for Missouri Title and License (Form 108), an odometer inspection, a completed odometer disclosure form, and a notarized lien release (if applicable). You should also be prepared to pay your sales tax and a title fee.
Yes. You will need a Missouri bill of sale, a Manufacturer's Statement of Origin, a properly assigned title, or an Application for Missouri Watercraft or Outboard Motor Title and Registration. You'll also need a copy of the receipt that proves you paid your personal property tax for the boat or a statement of non-assessment for the previous year. You could also need other tax information. You may also need a notarized lien release.
No. A Missouri bill of sale is not required to register a gun. Guns are not registered in Missouri.