Bill of Sale in Nevada
When you sell a car, it's important to complete a Bill of Sale (Form VP104). This document will release your interest in the vehicle, which can protect you if the vehicle is abandoned some time in the future. It also voids your liability in the event the new owner doesn't comply with state laws and does not register the car in his or her name.
You'll also need to provide a properly signed-off title to the new owner. If you don't have the title for your car, you (as the owner of record) will need to apply for a duplicate from the state that issued the current title before the sale can be completed.
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