Bill Of Sale
Tennessee Bill of Sale
Find the information you need to obtain Tennessee motor vehicle bill of sale forms – without the hassle of waiting at the DMV.
When you purchase a vehicle from a third party, there are many documents that must be completed to legally protect you during the process, ensuring that change ownership of the vehicle without problems. You should ensure that you complete a TN DMV bill of sale form during the transaction, as it will protect both the buyer and seller of the vehicle.
What is a TN Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale?
A motor vehicle bill of sale contains a variety of information pertaining to the exchange of the vehicle. There are various names for the bill of sale, including the Acknowledgement of Sale and the Buyer’s Acknowledgement; however, they all refer to the same document. A Tennessee DMV bill of sale includes:
- Vehicle Description - including the year, make, model, body type, series number, the color of the vehicle and the VIN number
- Selling price
- Buyer information
- Seller information
- Odometer reading
- Signature and stamp of a notary public
In the state of Tennessee, you must notarize your DMV bill of sale. Each buyer and seller should receive a copy of the bill of sale, which the seller will keep to show that he is no longer responsible for the vehicle and the buyer will use to prove or change ownership of the vehicle.
Generic Bill of Sale Forms
To find a Tennessee bill of sale form, visit your local DMV. Or you can find a variety of places in which to draft and download a generic TN motor vehicle bill of sale, including Rocket Lawyer, LawDepot.com and the Tennessee-specific website, County Clerk Anytime, which also contains a variety of other TN forms. Be sure, however, that the form you choose to download meets all of the state requirements.