Idaho Bill of Sale Forms (5)
An Idaho bill of sale form transfers ownership after an individual purchases personal belongings through a business or private sale. The seller must announce all known facts about the item before selling, especially if it involves potential safety hazards. Notifying the buyer beforehand protects the seller while also preventing legal charges. In most cases, bill of sale forms accompany other documents, such as titles, registrations, an inspection papers. The buyer must ensure that the seller has provided all the paperwork before the transfer.
Boat Bill of Sale – A form that contains the fields necessary to record the details of a boat transaction.
Firearm Bill of Sale – Filled out by a buyer and seller when transferring ownership of a gun.
General Bill of Sale – Outlines how a buyer legally acquired an item.
Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – A template completed by two (2) parties during the sale of a passenger vehicle.
Trailer Bill of Sale – Used to transfer possession of a carrying platform.
|Bill of Sale Type||Buyer Signature||Seller Signature||Notarization|
|General (others)||Required||Required||Not required|
|Motor Vehicle||Required||Required||Not required|
What is an Idaho Bill of Sale?
An Idaho bill of sale educates third parties on the terms and conditions of a transaction between two (2) individuals. It indicates that the buyer and seller discussed the deal’s complexities and formalized an arrangement to transfer an item. Once signed, the seller cannot accuse the buyer of stealing the item. In turn, the buyer cannot blame the seller for any damages after the sale.
However, the buyer can file a claim under one (1) condition: the seller knew about a mechanical or physical issue with the object before the sale and did not warn the buyer. Most often, these types of lawsuits occur if the item causes damage to property and/or injury or death to others.
In this situation, the court refers to repair orders or statements from dealerships or mechanics pre-sale. These forms often provide information about the recommended work or issues. Sometimes the seller genuinely does not know of the damages, and the state cannot deem them liable because they did not intentionally leave out the details to cause harm.
Registration Forms: Boats
Registration Forms: Firearms
Firearms do not require registration in Idaho. Nonetheless, residents can apply for a concealed carry permit by submitting the documents listed below to a county sheriff.
Registration Forms: Vehicles
Car registration occurs through an Idaho Divison of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office.
Additional (Optional) Documents
- Idaho Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form ITD 3368) – Gives the named person rights and responsibilities over car-related decisions and tasks.
- Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin (MSO) – To confirm the make and model of a new vessel.
- Notice of Release of Liability (Form ITD 3858) – The previous owner must inform Idaho of the vehicle transfer.
- Vehicle Appraisal and VIN Inspection (Form ITD 3404) – Dealers use this document to estimate the value of a car and confirm its VIN.
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Inspection Certification (Form ITD 3403) – Verifies brand new car’s VIN and odometer reading (if applicable).
Registration Forms: Trailers
Additional (Optional) Documents
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Inspection Certification (Form ITD 3403) – Authorizes the VIN and other identifying information for a brand new trailer.