Oklahoma Bill of Sale Forms (4)

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Oklahoma bill of sale forms explain the details about sales of private property between two individuals or entities. Both individuals or entities are required to sign the document for it to be legally binding. The forms can be used for virtually any type of property owned by a private individual or entity.

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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 – Is designed to be used by two private parties selling and purchasing personal property.

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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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Vessel Bill of Sale – Will be used to prove the legal sale and purchase of a vessel/boat in Oklahoma

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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. For an example of transfer of title statement, click here;
  • 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. For a list of what is included, click here; to check verification status online, go here;
  • Excise and sales taxes and applicable title and registrations fees in addition to any delinquent taxes, fees, interest, and penalty associated with the plate. The state has a sales and tax estimator available here;
  • 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