Kansas Bill of Sale Forms (4)
A Kansas bill of sale is a document that is completed and signed when a buyer obtains an item from a seller through cash, trade, or gift. It is comparable to a receipt as it contains very specific information about the item, the buyer and seller, and the type of payment.
A motor vehicle bill of sale must be presented with a valid title to prove ownership in Kansas. The only exception is antique vehicles that are thirty-five (35) years or older as a bill of sale officially transfers ownership of these cars, trucks, or vans. When selling a boat, the merchant must alert the county appraiser immediately to have their taxes prorated.
By Type (4)
|Bill of Sale Type||Buyer Signature||Seller Signature||Notarization|
|Motor Vehicle||Required||Required||Not required|
|General (others)||Not required||Required||Not required|