A New Hampshire bill of sale is a document that allows two (2) parties to a private sale to record the details of the transaction. A bill of sale is beneficial to both parties whether the seller is selling a car, a boat, a firearm, or any other type of personal property. The form provides space for the parties to write their names and contact information, a description of the property sold, the total sale price, and their signatures. In some cases, especially with items of great value, the buyer and seller may wish to have a notary public witness the signing and include their signature and notary seal.
Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – A document that acts as proof of purchase for a car, van, truck, or other vehicle.
Firearm Bill of Sale – Used to record the sale of a gun that was sold in a private transaction.
Boat Bill of Sale – The New Hampshire boat bill of sale proves that ownership of a boat transferred from the seler to the buyer.
Generic Bill of Sale – A general bill of sale that may be used to report the sale of any item.
- New Hampshire Cities and Towns – All motor vehicle registration is handled by the city clerk’s office in the city or town where the registrant resides.
- Pistol and Revolver Licensing – A webpage of the New Hampshire Division of State Police website providing information on pistol and revolver licensing.
- Resident Pistol/Revolver License Application – The application form used by New Hampshirites to apply for a pistol license.
- Non-Resident Pistol/Revolver License Application – The application form used by non-New Hampshire residents to apply for a pistol license.
- Local Police Departments – Local policing agencies handle all resident pistol applications.
- State Police Locations – The Division of the State Police handles all non-resident pistol applications.
- Department of Motor Vehicles – All boat registrations are conducted by the DMV.
- Boat Registration Application – This form must be completed by the boat owner to register their vessel.
- Verification of Vessel Identification – If the boat does not have a hull identification number (e.g., the boat is handmade), the owner must complete this form when registering their boat.
- Affidavit – This affidavit must be completed if the owner is using the boat for commercial purposes.
- Current Registration Fees – The New Hampshire statutes establish how much registration will cost depending on the size of the boat.
- DMV Drop Box – The locations of DMV drop boxes where registrants can submit their paperwork and fees.
- Authorized Boat Agents – A list of boat agents where registrants can submit their paperwork and fees.