The most commonly used Nevada bills of sale include 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.
To write a Nevada bill of sale, you must include certain information about both the buyer and the seller:
A Nevada bill of sale can be written in plain English, free from legal jargon or archaic terms. The important part is to make sure that the bill of sale includes the required elements. If you’re a party listed in the bill of sale, make sure that you keep more than one copy of it for your records.
No. However, you do need the title signed over to your name. According to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for the State of Nevada, you'll need the following documents to register a motor vehicle: title or a security agreement from a financial institution, proof of insurance, you may need a Nevada emission vehicle inspection report, a VIN inspection, and a completed Application for Vehicle Registration (VP 222). (A fillable PDF is available on the Nevada DMV website). The name on the insurance must match how it is listed on the title and registration information. Nevada does not accept out of state insurance. You should be prepared to pay the required fees. Nevada provides a fee estimator.
Yes. A Nevada bill of sale is required to register a boat. According to the Nevada Department of Wildlife, a Nevada bill of sale acts as proof of ownership. You'll also need proof that you paid sales tax unless the sale is considered a casual sale. To learn more about a casual sale, you're encouraged to contact the Department of Taxation. You'll also need to present the Manufacturer's Statement of Origin, previous registration, and your social security number. Be prepared to pay your registration fees.
No. A Nevada bill of sale is not required to register a gun. Guns are not registered in the State of Nevada.