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What Is an Oklahoma Bill of Sale?

An Oklahoma bill of sale is a form that is used as proof of ownership. Some types of Oklahoma bills of sale require the signature of a notary.

What Are Some Common Bills of Sale Used in Oklahoma?

The most common bills of sale used in Oklahoma 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.

How Do I Write an Oklahoma Bill of Sale?

Writing an Oklahoma bill of sale is relatively straight forward. All bills of sale need certain information. What is different is how the item being sold is described and whether the form needs to be notarized. First, you'll learn about the common information all Oklahoma bills of sale need. Then, you'll learn the requirements of describing certain items as well as whether the form needs to be notarized.

An Oklahoma bill of sale must have:

  • The date the bill of sale was created. Additionally, if the buyer will pay for the item on a different date, that date should be included in the terms of sale portion.
  • The legal name of both the buyer and seller as well as who is who. For example, Bill Smith, buyer.
  • The physical address of both the buyer and the seller.
  • The terms of the sale. The terms of the sale include whether the item is being given as a gift, being used in a trade, or being sold for money. If the seller is receiving money, the amount should be listed in words and then in numbers. For example, six-hundred and fifty dollars and no cents ($650.00).
  • A seller's disclosure that informs the buyer if there is anything wrong with the item they are purchasing. This section also informs the buyer whether the sale is as-is or if there is some kind of warranty.
  • Signature of both the buyer and seller. However, remember that if you're using an Oklahoma bill of sale that must be notarized that neither party should sign it until the notary is present.

Oklahoma General Bill of Sale

An Oklahoma general bill of sale is used for items such as used furniture, electronics, or anything that doesn't meet the legal definition of a motor vehicle, boat, or gun. Commonly used descriptors for items being sold through this form of bill of sale include:

  • Serial or registration number (if applicable)
  • Make, model, and year
  • Size
  • Color
  • Material

An Oklahoma general bill of sale does not need to be notarized. When it is completed, both the buyer and the seller should keep extra copies for their records.

Oklahoma Bill of Sale for a Motor Vehicle

An Oklahoma bill of sale for a motor vehicle must have:

  • Year
  • Make
  • Model
  • VIN
  • Odometer reading and whether it is the actual mileage or a discrepancy

It must be notarized. You can also use a Declaration of Vehicle Purchase Price form, but the Oklahoma Tax Commission is very clear that the form is used to establish a price and does not act as proof of ownership.

Oklahoma Bill of Sale for a Boat

An Oklahoma bill of sale for a boat must include:

  • Make, model, and year of the boat
  • Length
  • Hull ID
  • Horsepower of the motor

An Oklahoma bill of sale for a boat does not need to be notarized.

Oklahoma Bill of Sale for a Gun

An Oklahoma bill of sale for a gun should include:

  • Make
  • Model
  • Caliber
  • Serial number

An Oklahoma bill of sale for a gun does not need to be notarized.

Is an Oklahoma Bill of Sale Required to Register a Motor Vehicle?

No, an Oklahoma bill of sale is not required to register a motor vehicle. However, it does act as proof of ownership. You will need a completed Application for Oklahoma Certificate of Title for a Vehicle (Form 701-6), proof of ownership (such as the current title), proof of insurance, lien documentation if there is a lien, an odometer disclosure statement for vehicles nine years old or newer, and proof of insurance. You must be prepared to pay the taxes and registration fees for the vehicle.

Is an Oklahoma Bill of Sale Required to Register a Boat?

No, an Oklahoma bill of sale isn't required to register a boat. However, it does act as proof of ownership. Oklahoma requires that most boats be registered every year. You will need a completed Application for Certificate of Title for a Boat or Outboard Motor (Form BM-26) and proof of ownership.

Is an Oklahoma Bill of Sale Required to Register a Gun?

No, an Oklahoma bill of sale is not required to register a gun. Guns are not registered in Oklahoma unless one chooses to apply for a concealed or open carry permit.

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