The most commonly used bills of sale in Vermont are:
A simple Vermont bill of sale includes certain information about both the seller and the buyer as well as information about the item being sold:
A Vermont 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 a Vermont bill of sale, make sure that you have more than one copy of the completed document.
Yes. A Vermont bill of sale is required to register a vehicle. The other required forms will depend on where you purchased the vehicle. For example, if you bought the vehicle through a private sale, you'll also need a properly assigned title, VIN verification, and a completed Vermont Registration, Tax, and Title Application (VD-119) along with the bill of sale. To learn more about the vehicle registration process in Vermont, visit the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (Vermont DMV) website.
Yes. A Vermont bill of sale is required to register a boat in Vermont. You may also need, depending on your circumstances and boat, an Application for Assignment of HIN (Form TA VT 03), the title, a completed Motorboat Registration & Title Application (Form VD 037), and a Vermont Use Tax Return (Form SU-452).
No. A Vermont bill of sale is not required to register a gun. Guns are not registered in Vermont.