The Kentucky bill of sale form derives a written summary of the key elements involved in the transaction of an item for an agreed-upon consideration. The wording of the document contains information about the participating individuals, transferred personal property, and associated sale terms. Signatures from the buyer and seller create a contract that can be later utilized to demonstrate the change in ownership.
Bill of Sale Types
Motor Vehicle (DMV) Bill of Sale Form – Designed to log the relevant info involved in the sale of a vehicle.
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Boat (Vessel) Bill of Sale Form – Can be used to record the facts involved in the transaction involving a vessel.
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Firearm (Gun) Bill of Sale Form – Employs a written account to document the details of a sale of a firearm.
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Vehicle Registration Forms
- A finalized bill of sale
- A correctly transferred certificate of title. Any title distributed before February 2000 will require an Application for Kentucky Certificate of Title/Registration (Form TC 96-182).
- Proof of an active insurance policy in the state of Kentucky
- A valid social security number for the applicant
- Compensation to cover all taxes and fees for registration of the vehicle
Boat (Vessel) Registration Forms
- An executed bill of sale
- A filled and signed Motor Boat Transaction Record Application for Title/Registration
- Ownership supporting document via a manufacturer’s certificate of origin, a reassigned title, or for vessels that do not yet have a title, the previous boat registration.
- Photo or rubbing of the Hull Identification Number of the boat
- Active photo driver’s license or identification card
- An original social security card for the applicant
- Payment to cover all taxes and fees included in the registration of a watercraft.
Firearm Registration Forms
Kentucky does not enforce any obligation for residents to register firearms within the state. There are also no mandates necessitating individuals first to furnish a permit to buy a weapon or upon obtaining as a gun owner. Carrying a gun within the confines of that state is acceptable without a license in sanctioned areas, but should one wish to lawfully carry concealed within city limits or travel out of state to participating reciprocity states, a Carry Concealed Deadly Weapons License will be required. You can apply to receive a license upon passing a criminal history background check by supplying the following records and paperwork:
- Submit your application either on the KSP’s CCDW Portal or on location at the county sheriff’s office.
- Evidence of fulfillment of a required hunter safety course conducted by an accepted CCDW instructor.
- In the case the applicant is not a U.S. citizen, a Citizenship Affidavit (Form KSP 131) will also need to be filed and handed in.
- A standard color passport-type photograph of the applying individual
- Funds to pay all associated fees for licensure