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.
A simple Oklahoma bill of sale includes certain information about both the buyer and the seller:
An Oklahoma bill of sale can be written in plain English. There’s 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’re a party listed in an Oklahoma bill of sale, make sure that you have more than one copy of the completed document for your records.
No. An Oklahoma bill of sale form is not required for motor vehicle registration. 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.
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.
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.