North Dakota Vehicle Bill of Sale
A Bill of Sale is a legal document that provides evidence of the transfer of ownership for a specific item or property. It includes transaction details such as the names and addresses of the buyer and seller, item description, condition (if relevant), sale price, and any warranties or guarantees.
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A North Dakota automobile bill of sale is a legalized paper that evidences the legal transaction of the vehicle. The form contains details about the purchaser, the vendor, and the car, and it acts as evidence of proprietorship transfer. Notarization is required for this document.

Signature Requirement: The vendor must sign the paperwork and it also has to be notarized.

If the automobile is less than ten years old or weighs less than sixteen thousand pounds, attach the Odometer Disclosure Statement (Federal Form).

Car Registration

Car owners have five days from the purchase date to register their automobiles. For one calendar year, documentation is functional. Renew your documentation at any of the state's self-service shops.

Where Should I Register?

Owners of automobiles can document their cars at any Department of Motor Vehicle site.

Documents Needed

  • Odometer Disclosure Statement (Federal Form); 

  • Bill of sale;

  • Document of Title (if it applies, request an extra title with Application for Certificate of Title and Documentation (Form SFN 2872);

  • An acceptable driver's permit is required.

  • If another person that is different from the owner of the vehicle, registers the car, the state's Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney has to be attached.

  • Documentation costs; and

  • Evidence of insurance with the following prerequisites:

    • Twenty-five thousand US dollars for every accident for the destruction of belongings/items: and

    • Twenty-five thousand US dollars for each individual for physical wounds/harms; and

    • Fifty thousand US dollars for every accident for physical injury/harm.