Updated on June 21st, 2023
The Nevada bill of sale form affirms the agreement involving the sale of a piece of property to a buyer for a predetermined financial sum. The filing registers the occurrence, taking into account the names and contact information of the involved parties, along with identifying information on the sold item and corroborating signatures. Both individuals can retain the form for future use to prove valid ownership or for tax purposes.
Bill of Sale Types
Vehicle Registration Forms
- A notarized bill of sale
- Proof of ownership (either the title signed by the preceding owner of the vehicle or a security agreement from a financial institution)
- A Nevada issued insurance card proving the presence of an active auto policy.
- A completed Application for Vehicle Registration (Form VP-222) that is signed by the new owner.
- A report confirming a passed emissions test performed by an authorized professional at an inspection station (some vehicles are exempt from this requirement).
- An odometer reading if the vehicle is under ten years of age (this can be recorded on the title).
- If the vehicle was not previously registered in the state of Nevada, the individual registering must present a Vehicle Inspection Certificate (Form VP15).
- Come prepared with the necessary funds to satisfy any registration/tax costs.
Boat (Vessel) Registration Forms
- A finalized bill of sale
- Proof of ownership via a manufacturer’s certificate of origin or reassigned title signed and dated by the previous owner.
- Proof of sales tax payment remitted to a Nevada Department of Taxation office (not necessary for a private party sale).
- If the watercraft happens to be an out-of-state purchase, you will need to provide the prior registration and/or title.
- Should there be no visible hull identification number, the Nevada Department of Wildlife may have to inspect to complete the registration process.
- A current driver’s license or identification card
- Applicant’s social security number
- Form of payment to settle all registration fees
Firearm Registration Forms
Nevada does not require one to register a firearm with the local authorities or to furnish a permit to purchase a gun. All residents are, however, obligated to pass a NICS background investigation before taking possession of a firearm. Open carry of a firearm is permitted within allowable areas for hunting, target shooting, or competition marksmanship. To apply for a Concealed Firearm Permit bring the following paperwork to your nearest Nevada Department of Wildlife facility: