A bill of sale documents the transfer of ownership. The most common bills of sale used in New Mexico are general bills 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 New Mexico bill of sale is written using the following components:
A New Mexico bill of sale can be written in plain English, without legal jargon or archaic terms. It is important to include the required elements above. If you’re a party listed in the New Mexico bill of sale, make sure that you have more than one copy of the completed documents for your records.
Yes. A New Mexico bill of sale is required. New Mexico requires that you use MVD Form 10009 as your bill of sale. The other required information includes a certificate of title, an odometer disclosure statement, an Application for Vehicle Title and Registration, proof of insurance, proof of identity, two items to use as proof of New Mexico residency and be prepared to pay your fees. For more information about registering your vehicle, visit mvd.newmexico.gov or your local MVD office.
No. A Mexico bill of sale is not required to register a boat. A certificate of title is required to register the boat according to the New Mexico State Parks website.
No. Guns are not registered in New Mexico.