The Hawaii bill of sale form configures a written account concerning the bond between two individuals exchanging a property item for a sum of money. The information included in the text covers the buyer and seller, the item to be transferred, and stipulated agreement terms. The document can provide additional support with the aid of a professional notary to witness the execution of the form.
Bill of Sale Types
Motor Vehicle (DMV) Bill of Sale Form – Declares the particulars involved in the sale of an automobile.
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Boat (Vessel) Bill of Sale Form – Identifies the key elements concerning the transaction of a watercraft.
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Firearm (Gun) Bill of Sale Form – Describes the critical information pertaining to the exchange of gun for a predetermined monetary amount.
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Vehicle Registration Forms
- A notarized bill of sale form with a notation as to the vehicle’s current odometer reading at the time of sale.
- A valid Application for Registration of Motor Vehicle (electronic forms can be obtained for the counties of Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai).
- A certificate of title for the vehicle, correctly transferred with all necessary signatures for the previous owner(s) and/or lienholder(s).
- The vehicle’s current registration document
- Material proof that the vehicle has passed a state-approved inspection
- Evidence of active automobile insurance for the applicant
- Funds to pay all required taxes and fees
Boat (Vessel) Registration Forms
Firearm Registration Forms
Hawaii stipulates that any firearm within the confines of the state’s borders must be registered. In order to first procure a gun, it will be required to apply and become approved for a Permit to Acquire. Upon receiving the permit, you will be permitted to buy a weapon, which must then be immediately registered within the first five days of the purchase. Many counties have a different procedure to register, so contacting your county sheriff’s office is suggested before application. The registration process will obligate an applicant to get hold of the following documents for submission:
- A current Permit to Acquire Firearms
- Photo identification with a valid driver’s license, identification card, passport, military ID, or green card.
- Material evidence of U.S. citizenship
- Contact information for the dealer or individual that sold you the weapon, such as the name, phone number, and address.
- The firearm must be brought to the local precinct for inspection. Keep in mind the following guidelines when presenting the firearm on the location:
- The weapon must be unloaded and safeguarded in a gun case.
- Confirm there is no live ammunition loaded in the gun (expel the clip, clear the chamber, remove the bolt).
- Double-check that the gun appears to be open upon immediate visual inspection (either the slide to the gun is moved back and open, or the rotating apparatus on the revolver is disjoined from the gun).
- Do not under any circumstance bring live ammunition with you onto the property when bringing the gun in for inspection.
- Should an individual choose not to follow the instructions mentioned above, there is a possibility that you could be disbarred from the facility and/or arrested.
- Payment to settle all necessary registration fees