An Oklahoma bill of sale form is created for the purpose of documenting the sale of personal property, such as cars, boats, firearms, and other moveable property. A specific bill of sale form exists for each of the first three items previously mentioned; for all other types of property, buyers and sellers can complete a general bill of sale. Regardless of the type of items being sold, the seller should make sure an accurate description of the property is entered onto the bill of sale. Furthermore, the date of the sale, the total sale price, the parties’ contact information, and the signatures of each party should be included on the form. A signed bill of sale waives the seller’s liability with regard to the condition of the property and proves that the buyer now has full ownership.
Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – A receipt for the sale of a used vehicle that the seller and the buyer both sign.
Firearm Bill of Sale – A proof of purchase document detailing the transfer of a firearm between a private seller and a buyer.
Boat Bill of Sale – Used to provide proof of purchase following a transaction wherein a buyer purchases a used boat from a private seller.
Generic Bill of Sale – This document establishes the sale and transfer of personal property between a buyer and seller.
- Application for Certificate of Vehicle Title – An application form used by the buyer to title a recently purchased vehicle in their name.
- Oklahoma Tax Commission Tag Agents – A list of tag agents where vehicle registrants can complete the registration and titling process.
- Odometer Disclosure Statement – A form used to record a used vehicle’s odometer reading; must be submitted with a title application if there is no odometer statement on the transferred title or bill of sale.
- Fee Schedule – All taxes and fees associated with vehicle registration and titling.
- Handgun Licensing – Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation handgun licensing information; contains a map of states that honor Oklahoma’s handgun licenses.
- Application for Self-Defense Act License – Although Oklahoma residents are allowed to carry weapons openly (or concealed) within the state, they may complete this application form to obtain a license which will enable them to carry in all reciprocity states.
- On-Line Application System – Residents may complete an online application process to obtain a handgun license instead of submitting a physical application form.
- Sheriff’s Offices – Handgun license applicants may submit their physical application forms to their local sheriff’s office.
- Oklahoma Tax Commission – The Motor Vehicle Division webpage that handles all boat registration and titling.
- Application for Certificate of Boat Title – This form is used to apply for a boat certificate of title.
- Boat Serial Number Confirmation – A document used to confirm the serial number of a boat or outboard motor.
- Affidavit for Transfer of Ownership – This affidavit is used to affirm that the buyer of a boat was assigned the title but then lost it before they could register and title the vessel in their name.
- Oklahoma Tax Commission Tag Agents – A list of tag agents where registrants can complete the registration and titling process for their boat.