Bill of Sale in Ohio
A bill of sale is a written document that shows transfer of ownership of personal property, such as a vehicle. It will show the purchase price of the vehicle. You will need to have a bill of sale whenever you buy a vehicle from another individual. You should take the bill of sale to a County Clerk of Courts title office, where it will be used to calculate the amount of sales tax you'll owe to the state.
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