The Kansas Watercraft Bill of Sale is an official form you must fill out when selling or buying a boat in the state of Kansas. This form is required and must contain information about the seller, the buyer, and the sold watercraft, as well as the details of the deal.
The official Kansas Watercraft Bill of Sale form was released by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism. Download the printable version of the document through the link below and use it for your sale.
Three counties within the state offer their own forms you can use for this purpose:
It is very important to fill out this document every time you sell a boat in Kansas. First of all, the buyer will need it to register the newly acquired watercraft. It is a purchase receipt for the buyer and proof the buyer bought the described boat. A Seller may use this document to release themselves from liability for the described boat and its application.
Selling a boat in Kansas is a simple process that does not require a lot of paperwork. The most important document you must prepare and give to your buyer is the Bill of Sale. The second essential document is a notification you must send to the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism when your boat is sold, lost, transferred, abandoned, destroyed, or stolen. The notification must be sent within 15 days and you can use mail, e-mail, or fax for this purpose.
When completing the Watercraft Bill of Sale, include the following information:
Prepare the document in two copies. Give one to the buyer and keep the other for your records.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism does not require notarization of this form. However, if you sell a boat to individuals who are going to register it in some other state, ask them to check their state laws. Some states require to do a notarized Bill of Sale to register the boat.
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