Alaska Bill of Sale Forms (5)

Create a high quality document online now!

Alaska bill of sale forms are legal documents that offer proof of the transfer of ownership between two (2) parties of vehicles, vessels, or essentially any form of personal property. The bill of sale effectively describes the type of sale, trade, or even gifting of the property. After signing, the buyer will need the bill of sale to register the vehicle in their jurisdiction.

Table of Contents

 

Forms (5)


ATV/Snowmobile Bill of Sale (Form 808) – For the sale or trade of any All Terrain Vehicles ATV or Snowmachine.

Download: Adobe PDF

 

 

 


Boat Bill of Sale – Proof of sale and purchase transaction for a boat/vessel – Registration will serve as a temporary license until a number is assigned.

Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx), OpenDocument (.odt)

 

 


General Bill of Sale – To be used for the sale of any type of personal property sale.

Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx), OpenDocument (.odt)

 

 

 


Gun/Firearm Bill of Sale – To be used for any type of firearm sale and purchase.

Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx), OpenDocument (.odt)

 

 

 


Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – To use for the transfer of ownership -New owner has thirty (30) days from the date of purchase to register the vehicle in their name.

Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx), OpenDocument (.odt)

 

 


Vehicle Registration Forms

  • Bill of Sale;
  • Odometer Disclosure Statement;
  • Vehicle’s title (If there is a lien against the vehicle and it’s being registered in Alaska from outside of the state provide a photocopy of the title);
    • Lien release (if applicable)
  • Complete a Vehicle Transaction Application (Form 812)
  • If the vehicle is leased or signing on behalf of someone else, provide a notarized Vehicle Power of Attorney;
  • Have a check ready to pay the Registration Fees;
  • Proof of insurance with the following minimum coverage:
    • $50,000 for bodily injury or death for any one person;
    • $100,000 for bodily injury or death for any accident; and
    • $25,000 for property damage.

Boat Registration Forms