Vermont Bill of Sale Forms

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Vermont bill of sale forms are legal documents that prove the legal sale and purchase of various items. These documents will provide information pertaining to the identification of items being sold and purchased, the buyer and seller as well as change of ownership. Some of these documents will require notarization.

Types (4)

Boat Bill of Sale – This form will be used to prove the sale, purchase, and change of ownership of a vessel in the state of Vermont.

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General Bill of Sale – Use of this form is generally utilized between private parties to prove the sale and purchase of personal property.

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Gun Bill of Sale – The use of this document will provide proof of sale, purchase, and change of ownership of a firearm in Vermont.

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Vehicle Bill of Sale – This document will provide proof that a motor vehicle has been legally sold and purchased. This particular document is often needed as a part of the registration and/or titling process. This document must be notarized.

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Vermont Vessel Registration Forms

  • You must present a completed Motorboat Registration & Title Application (Form TA-VD-37)
  • A bill of sale
  • Should the vessel/boat be purchased new or if the title shows previous ownership, you must then provide a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (MCO)
  • Be prepared to pay all registration fees

Vessel/Boat Fee Schedule:

  • If you’re registering a Class A, less than 16 ft: $27
  • If the vessel is considered a Class I, 16 ft to 26 ft: $43
  • If you need to register a Class II, 26 ft to 40 ft: $70
  • A Class III, 40 ft and longer will be a $136 registration fee

Vermont Vehicle Registration Forms

  • You will require a completed Registration/Tax/Title Application (Form TA-VD-119)
  • If your vehicle is used, you will require a title that has been signed over to you
  • If your vehicle is new, you will require a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (MCO)
  • A bill of sale with an odometer disclosure statement
  • You must provide proof of auto insurance
  • Driver’s license/State Identification
  • Be prepared to pay all fees and taxes at the time of registration