A New Hampshire motor vehicle bill of sale is a detailed sales receipt signed by the buyer and seller of a motor vehicle that functions as a legal record of the transaction. Once completed, the form will include the names and contact information of both parties, as well as a description of the vehicle, the purchase price, and date of sale. The document acts as proof of sale for both individuals in the event that any conflict or doubt regarding the vehicle’s ownership should arise.
New Hampshire Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney – Allows a third party to act in the principal’s name in matters regarding the titling and registration of a vehicle.
New Hampshire Vehicle Registration
After a person has purchased a vehicle in New Hampshire, they will need to complete the following steps to have it registered in their name:
- Obtain the vehicle’s Certificate of Title from the seller with the assignment portion on the back of the form filled out and signed over to the buyer.
- Take the title certificate and proof of residency (utility bill, other official mail, or signed lease or rental agreement) to the buyer’s local town or city clerk’s office and request new registration.
- Submit paperwork and pay the registration fee plus applicable taxes (fees vary based on the location and vehicle type).
- Obtain new registration and license plates (temporary plates will often be issued for new registrations).