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Bill of Sale Requirements in Kentucky

KY Bill of Sale Basics

A bill of sale is a handy document recording the transaction of property between two people. Commonly, it is used when one person sells another a used car. In Kentucky, you do not have to provide a bill of sale for any official uses, but it's still a good record to keep for your files, tax purposes, or to protect yourself in case the buyer fails to register the car or abandons it at a later date.

KY Bill of Sale Specifics

A notarized bill of sale is a legal document showing a transfer in ownership of a vehicle and helps both the seller and purchaser avoid any confusion when trying to obtain a clear title and registration. A bill of sale includes:

  • The buyer and seller's:
    • Names.
    • Addresses.
    • Signatures.
  • The vehicle's:
    • Year.
    • Make.
    • Vehicle identification number (VIN).
  • The date of sale.
  • The signature of a notary public.

Generic Bill of Sale

To assist you in finding a form, we provide a free, printable bill of sale form you can use for your transaction.

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