Bill of Sale in Hawaii
An individual selling a car in the state of Hawaii must incorporate a bill of sale into the transaction. This essentially acts as a binding contract between the buyer and the seller. It also aids the buyer in the process of transferring the title into their name.
The form will need to be notarized, which helps to solidify its legality. Whatever type of document you end up using, just make sure it contains the following information:
- Selling price
- Name of the buyer
- Make of the vehicle being sold
- Year of the vehicle being sold
- Vehicle identification number (VIN)
- odometer reading
- Signature of the seller
The City and County of Honolulu offers a bill of sale form online. The form may be used in any county.
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