North Dakota Bill of Sale Forms (5)
A North Dakota bill of sale form is used when selling, trading, or gifting something of financial worth. Each person involved must complete the document to signify their agreement after negotiating a price and settling on the transfer process. After finalizing the form, the seller officially transfers the item to the buyer, and the new owner compensates the merchant via cash or trade.
|Bill of Sale Type||Buyer Signature||Seller Signature||Notarization|
|General (others)||Required||Required||Not required|
|Motor Vehicle||Not required||Required||Required|
What is a North Dakota Bill of Sale?
A North Dakota bill of sale legitimizes the transfer of products, goods, or personal items from a vendor to an individual. It presents in-depth particulars about the deal and represents the goodwill of both parties in carrying out the transaction as stated in the document.
Both parties must include information about how the buyer acquired the item in the bill of sale. For example, in a standard private vehicle deal, the buyer and seller would meet up to transfer the title and keys. However, if they live far away from one another, they may have to hire a service to deliver the car. By writing the details in the form, both parties have a clear record of the agreement if any issues arise.
North Dakota residents who gift or trade personal property should use a bill of sale. The individuals authorize the transfer of ownership and any additional terms by utilizing the form. This process acts as a buffer against legal accusations since it assigns liability to the buyer and removes it from the seller.
Registration Forms: Boats
Registration Forms: Firearms
Citizens do not need to register handguns or assault weapons. However, to open carry, the owner must have a permit, which they can apply for at a nearby Sheriff’s Department.
Registration Forms: Vehicles
Make an appointment with a North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) District Office to register a car.
Additional (Optional) Documents
- Certificate of Title – If the title has been stolen, lost, or damaged, the owner must apply for a new one (Form SFN-2872).
- North Dakota Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney – Agents use this form to prove their assignment for conducting vehicle-related matters for the owner.
Registration Forms: Trailers
The NDDOT mandates the registration and titling of trailers weighing over 1,500 pounds.
Additional (Optional) Forms
- Application for North Dakota Assigned Vehicle Identification Number (SFN 60467) – Used to assign a VIN to a homemade trailer.
- Certificate of Vehicle Inspection (SFN 2486) – This form certifies that an official inspected a homemade trailer and verified it legally.
- North Dakota Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney – The owner uses this form when they cannot register or title the trailer themselves and need an assigned person to handle it.
DOT Offices: By District
|DISTRICT||PHONE NUMBER||DOT OFFICE ADDRESS|
218 Airport Rd.
Bismarck, ND 58504
|Devils Lake||(701) 665-5100|
316 Sixth St. S.E.
Devils Lake, ND 58301
1700 Third Ave. W., Ste. 101
Dickinson, ND 58601
503 38th St. S.
Fargo, ND 58103
|Grand Forks||(701) 787-6500|
1951 N. Washington St.
Grand Forks, ND 58203
1305 Hwy. 2 Bypass E.
Minot, ND 58701
|Valley City||(701) 845-8800|
1524 Eighth Ave. S.W.
Valley City, ND 58072
605 Dakota Pkwy. W.
Williston, ND 58801