Bill of Sale in Arizona
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Buying an automobile from a private seller often saves money, but it is important to protect yourself with the appropriate paperwork when you do so.
Acquiring valid proof of the sale in the form of a Bill of Sale will help ensure that your registration, insurance, and titling go smoothly. Even though the Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) does not require that you file the Bill of Sale, having the signatures of both you (the buyer) and the seller on a single notarized document will alleviate any confusion about the legitimacy of the transaction.
Likewise, if you sell an automobile in a private transaction, you can submit a Sold Notice online to inform the MVD that you have done so. The submission will limit your liability if the new owner drags their feet in registering the vehicle with the MVD under their name (they have 15 business days days to do so).
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