Maine Bill of Sale Forms

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Maine bill of sale forms proves the legal sale and purchase of anything from motor vehicles to personal items. The documents will prove not only a sale but a change of ownership and provide information about the seller, buyer, and whatever is being sold. Some forms will require the presence of a notary public prior to signature.

Types


Boat Bill of Sale – Would be used to show information with regard to the sale of the boat, change of ownership and other information.


Firearm Bill of Sale – This form would be utilized to prove the legal sale and purchase of a firearm in the state of Maine.


General Bill of Sale – Is generally used between private parties for the sale and purchase of private property.


Vehicle Bill of Sale – Can be used to prove the legal sale and purchase of a motor vehicle. This document will prove a change of ownership and is often needed to register a vehicle.


Maine Boat Registration Forms

  • A Maine Boat Registration Application
  • A bill of sale
  • A dealer’s receipt, if the vessel was purchased from a dealer- to prove your taxes were paid
  • Excise tax must be paid before registration
  • Proof of boat insurance
  • Photo ID
  • Go to the registration prepared to pay any registration fees

Maine Vehicle Registration Forms

  • A receipt showing you’ve paid your excise tax
  • If it is a private purchase you will also need to pay a 5.5% Maine sales tax that would be based on the price you paid for the vehicle
  • If the vehicle you register is brand new, you must provide the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) sticker, or you may submit a copy of the sticker.
  • A bill of sale
  • The yellow and white copy of your registration application
  • Provide the blue title application, for vehicles newer than 1995 only
  • If purchased from a private party, present the title that has been signed over to you by the previous owner of the vehicle
  • Proof of auto insurance
  • Maine state Driver’s license
  • Be prepared to pay a $33.00 titling fee and any additional fees required for registration