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Oklahoma Bill of Sale Forms (4)

An Oklahoma bill of sale is a legal document used to record the transfer of property from a seller to a buyer. The bill must include the parties' details, the sales price, a description of the property sold, and the date of sale. Afterward, the buyer can use the bill of sale to register the property with the state (if needed).
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Vehicle Bill of Sale – This form will show that a motor vehicle in Oklahoma has been legally sold and purchased, and there has been a change of ownership. This form is often required as a part of the registration process and will require notarization.

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Boat Bill of Sale – Used to prove the legal sale and purchase of a motorboat, sailboat, or other watercraft.

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Firearm Bill of Sale – This document will be provided to prove the legal sale and purchase as well as change of ownership of a firearm

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General Bill of Sale – To be used by two private parties that buy and sell personal property.

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Vehicle Registration Forms

  • Bill of Sale drafted by agreement between the buyer and the seller, or a notarized Declaration of Vehicle Purchase Price;
  • If seeking an original Oklahoma title:
  • If seeking a transfer of Oklahoma title, such as with a used vehicle purchased in-state, the current title has been transferred to you.
  • Odometer Disclosure Statement. Note that this may not be necessary if the vehicle being sold is at least ten (10) years old;
  • A valid driver’s license;
  • Lien documentation, if the vehicle is subject to a lien, such as one being purchased with financing or one that was previously purchased with financing:
    • The Lien Section of the Motor Vehicle Division can enter, release and verify a lien on a vehicle;
    • If a lien is not released, it will follow the vehicle and be reflected in the buyer’s new title;
    • If the lienholder is releasing the lien, two signed copies of a Release of Lien form are needed: one to be sent to the State Tax Commission, the other to be given to the debtor;
    • For more information about motor vehicle liens, see Form FL-21;
  • Verification of liability insurance.[1] Check verification status.
  • Excise and sales taxes[2] and applicable title and registrations fees in addition to any delinquent taxes, fees, interest, and penalty associated with the plate.
  • If an agent is purchasing the vehicle on the new owner’s behalf, then a Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is needed;
  • Registration Fees; and
  • Title Fees.

Boat Registration Forms