Nebraska Bill of Sale Forms (4)

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Updated May 31, 2022

Nebraska bill of sale forms are documents that act as proof of the sale and change of ownership of private property between two individuals or entities. They are most often used in the private sales of cars and boats, but they can theoretically be used for any piece of privately owned property. They will include specific identifying details about the buyer, the seller, and the property itself, and both parties have to sign the form before it is binding.

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Forms (4)

Boat Bill of Sale – This can be used to provide proof of sale, purchase, and change of ownership of a vessel.

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Firearm Bill of Sale – Provides proof of sale, purchase, and change of gun ownership.

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General Bill of Sale – Generally, this form is utilized between two private parties concerning the sale and purchase of personal items.

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Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – This will document the sale, purchase, and prove a change of ownership of a motor vehicle. This form is often required for registration.

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Vehicle Registration Forms

Boat Registration Forms

  • Application for Certificate of Title;
  • Since all boats must have a Hull ID number (HIN), if you have not been assigned a number, you may use this Assigned Number ID Application to acquire a number that is legally required to operate your boat on Nebraska waterways;
  • NO boat insurance is required, but it’s highly recommended that you acquire insurance for your security as well as the security of your fellow boaters, both sharing the waterways and those who may board your vessel;
  • A bill of sale;
  • Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin (MSO);
  • Certificate of Title – properly assigned;
  • If you’ve purchased a motorboat and were not provided the appropriate documentation to provide evidence of ownership, you may be eligible for a Bonded Certificate of Title;
  • Copy of photo ID if you’re mailing the documents; and
  • Be prepared to pay all taxes and registration fees.

Firearm Registration Forms