Colorado Bill of Sale Forms (4)

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Updated June 01, 2022

A Colorado bill of sale form is a legal document that accompanies the sale or trade of a vehicle, vessel, firearm, or any personal item between two parties. This document provides proof that a sale or trade has taken place legally and in full agreement of all parties involved. In some cases, bill of sale forms are required as part of the registration process for the new owner.

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Types (4)

"""Boat Bill of Sale – To be used to provide proof that a legal transaction has taken place between two (2) parties in the sale and purchase details the sale of a boat/vessel in the state of Colorado.

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"""General Bill of Sale – Offers proof that a legitimate sale or trade has been negotiated and placed into writing, reflecting the cost and other details.

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"""Gun Bill of Sale – This is a legal document that will provide information with regard to the sale or trade, as well, the transference of ownership of a firearm between two parties.

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"""Vehicle Bill of Sale – Is a legal document offering proof of sale and transference of ownership of a vehicle.

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Vehicle Registration Forms

  • Bill of Sale;
  • Odometer Disclosure Statement;
  • Certificate of Title (if vehicle was titled in a different state, a VIN verification is needed);
  • Valid driver’s license;
  • Emissions inspection form (if applicable);
    • Sellers are required to provide an emissions test to applicable vehicles, and some counties do not require emissions tests. Find more information here.
  • Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is required if an individual is registering the vehicle on another’s behalf;
  • Appropriate payment method for Registration Fees; and
  • Proof of Insurance with required minimums:
    • $25,000 bodily injury/death for one person
    • $50,000 bodily injury/death for all persons
    • $15,000 property damage

Boat Registration Forms