Updated on March 29th, 2022
An Arkansas bill of sale is a document that is completed following a transaction wherein a buyer purchases a private seller’s personal property. In this state, all vehicle sales between citizens should be recorded in a bill of sale document so that the new owner can register the recently-purchased vehicle under their name. In all other types of transactions, it is still a wise choice to record the transfer of ownership so as to have proof of ownership (for the buyer) and a release from liability (for the seller). If the property being sold is of sufficient value, the parties may wish to notarize their signatures to further authenticate the bill of sale document.
Firearm Bill of Sale – Used to document the transfer of firearm ownership between an unlicensed seller and a buyer.
Boat Bill of Sale – Proof of purchase of a watercraft signed by the buyer and seller and used to register the boat with the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration.
Generic Bill of Sale – Used for the general sale of used items such as furniture, clothes, antiques, professional equipment, and electronic devices.
- DFA Vehicle Registration/Title webpage – The online resource where new owners can register and title their newly-acquired vehicles.
- Registration Fee – Arkansas vehicle registration fees.
- Concealed Handgun Carry License Application – Online application submission for a concealed carry license.
- Concealed Handgun Carry License Application Form – Paper application to be submitted in person to obtain a concealed carry license.
- Arkansas State Police Headquarters – Locations of Arkansas Police Headquarters where paper applications can be submitted.