Vermont Bill of Sale Forms (4)

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Updated May 31, 2023

Vermont bill of sale forms provide a record of the ownership transfer of personal property. Bills of sale generally identify the parties involved, describe the item or items being sold, and note the terms of the exchange. The forms can be useful for tax purposes and may be needed to register the purchased items.

Forms (4)

Vehicle Bill of Sale (Form VT-005) – This document will prove that a motor vehicle has been legally sold and purchased. Must be signed by both buyer and seller.

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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 – This form is generally utilized between private parties to prove the sale and purchase of the 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 Registration Forms

  • A completed Registration/Tax/Title Application (Form TA-VD-119);
  • If the vehicle being exchanged is used, a title that has been signed over to the buyer;
  • If the vehicle is new, a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (MCO);
  • If the vehicle is coming from another state, a copy of the title;
  • For used cars, a verification of the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN);
  • A Bill of Sale and Odometer Disclosure Statement;
  • Proof of auto insurance meeting the state’s minimum requirements;
    • $25,000 for a single injury or death in an accident;
    • $50,000 for the cost of a total accident;
    • $10,000 for property damage in an accident;
  • Driver’s license/State Identification;
  • If applying by mail, a vehicle price estimate by J.D. Power;
  • If the vehicle is being financed, a Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney; and
  • Payment of the necessary fees per this fee schedule.

Boat Registration Forms