Utah Boat Bill of Sale Form

A Utah boat bill of sale form confirms that ownership of a boat was transferred between a buyer and seller. The document records the boat’s VIN, year, model, and sale price. The DMV requires the bill of sale for titling the boat, and a copy should be made for the parties’ records.

Utah Boat Bill of Sale Form

A Utah boat bill of sale form confirms that ownership of a boat was transferred between a buyer and seller. The document records the boat’s VIN, year, model, and sale price. The DMV requires the bill of sale for titling the boat, and a copy should be made for the parties’ records.

Last updated February 27th, 2024

A Utah boat bill of sale form confirms that ownership of a boat was transferred between a buyer and seller. The document records the boat’s VIN, year, model, and sale price. The DMV requires the bill of sale for titling the boat, and a copy should be made for the parties’ records.

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Utah Boat Registration

Motorboats and sailboats must be registered and have valid decals issued by the DMV.[1] Boats registered out-of-state that are in Utah for 60 days or less are exempt from this requirement.

The buyer must pay the uniform fee at the County Treasurer’s Office and receive a receipt, which they may need to present during registration.[2] Registration can be done at a DMV Office and is subject to fees.

Utah Boat Title Application

Titling is required for boats made in 1985 or later and motorboats with over 25 horsepower made before 1985.

Titling may be done at the same time as registration. The following must be submitted to the DMV Office to title a boat.[3]