A Kentucky bill of sale records the private sale and transfer of personal property from a seller to a buyer. A bill of sale can be used to record the sale of any item, such as furniture, collectibles, cars, boats, clothing, antiques, and firearms. The completed document acts as proof of purchase and may be used as evidence of ownership after the item has been paid for. By executing the form, the buyer accepts the item “as is” and cannot demand any kind of refund from the seller. The signed document also prevents the seller from having any claim over the property. It should be noted that in Kentucky, when a boat is purchased, the buyer must receive a bill of sale as it will enable them to register and title the vessel in their name.
Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – A bill of sale designed to record a transaction between a buyer and a seller of a motor vehicle.
Firearm Bill of Sale – Can be used to record the sale of a handgun or long gun.
Boat Bill of Sale – This document proves that ownership of a vessel has been transferred between parties in a private sale.
Generic Bill of Sale – Used to record a sale between two (2) parties for any type of personal property.
- Motor Vehicle Licensing – Licensing, titling, and registration access, information, and forms.
- Form TC 96-182 – New vehicle owners will need to complete this application form to apply for new registration.
- County Clerk Office locations – Applications for new registration must be submitted to the applicant’s county clerk.
- Department of Criminal Justice Training – Provides firearms training that is required to obtain a Concealed Carry Deadly Weapons (CCDW) license.
- Motor Vehicle Licensing – The government division that registers boats.
- Form TC 96-184 – The application form for boat titling and registration.
- County Clerk Office locations – Boat registration applications must be submitted to the applicant’s county clerk.
- Fee Schedule – A list of current registration fees for boats.