Arkansas Bill of Sale Forms (5)

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Arkansas bill of sale forms are documents that legitimize a transfer of ownership of vehicles, vessels, or any personal property between two parties. The trade becomes official once both parties have signed the document. After signing, the buyer will need the bill of sale to register the item in their jurisdiction.

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Types (5)



Boat Bill of Sale – To be used in the selling and acquisition of a watercraft sold and purchased between two parties.

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General Bill of Sale – Is used for an individual to provide proof of sale and purchase of personal property between two parties.

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Gun Bill of Sale – Should be used while conducting the sale and purchase of a firearm.

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Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – This document will record the sale and purchase of a motor vehicle. As well, it will provide legitimacy to the reading of the odometer on a vehicle being purchased.

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Tax Credit for Replacement Vehicle Bill of Sale – This document would be used to receive a tax credit in the event you have sold a vehicle and purchased another vehicle for replacement within 45 days of the sale of the previous vehicle.

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Motor Vehicle Registration Forms

You might also need:

  • Personal Property Tax Number (PPAN) assigned from your county assessor
  • Lien Contract/Security Agreement
  • Current Year County Tax Assessment
  • Proof of paid tax receipt

Boat/Vessel Registration

  • Bill of Sale;
  • Legible Pencil Rubbing or Printed Photograph of the HIN;
  • Assessment from AR County Assessor;
  • Valid Driver’s License or Photo ID;
  • Receipt from County Tax Collector, stating personal taxes were paid (alternatively, a certification of payment stamped on the assessment papers will be accepted);
  • Registration Fees ($7.50-$150, depending on the boat’s length); and
  • Proof of Insurance with Minimum Requirements (only boats powered by engines of 50 horsepower):
    • $50,000 or more of liability coverage per occurrence.