Updated on June 21st, 2023
The Ohio bill of sale form provides concrete evidence of the crucial information pertaining to the sale of a piece of personal property. The form creates a paper receipt for the transaction, listing the key elements of the sale terms, buyer, seller, and property item. The paperwork’s validity can be further reinforced with the aid of a professional notary official present during endorsement.
Bill of Sale Types
Vehicle Registration Forms
- A notarized bill of sale
- A notarized reassignment of the certificate of title, including supplied information for odometer disclosure statement.
- Completion of VIN Inspection should the vehicle not yet been registered in-state.
- An emissions test may be required, subject to the county in which you reside.
- A valid Ohio driver’s license or identification card
- Compensation for any incurred registration taxes and fees
Boat (Vessel) Registration Forms
Firearm Registration Forms
Ohio does not enforce regulations compelling its residents to register weapons in-state. In addition, there is no need to acquire a permit to purchase or own a gun, nor is there a requirement to pass a background check to obtain possession of a firearm. To carry a weapon will mandate the securing of a License to Carry a Concealed Handgun. To begin the application process, you can assemble the following documents to bring to your county sheriff’s facility: