Form MVU-24 Affidavit in Support of a Claim for Exemption From Sales or Use Tax for a Motor Vehicle Transferred as a Gift - Massachusetts

Form MVU-24 or the "Affidavit In Support Of A Claim For Exemption From Sales Or Use Tax For A Motor Vehicle Transferred As A Gift" is a form issued by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue.

The form was last revised in April 1, 1999 and is available for digital filing. Download an up-to-date Form MVU-24 in PDF-format down below or look it up on the Massachusetts Department of Revenue Forms website.

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Form MVU-24
Rev. 4/99
Affidavit in Support of a Claim for
Massachusetts
Exemption from Sales or Use Tax for
Department of
a Motor Vehicle Transferred as a Gift
Revenue
Please read the instructions below before completing this form and provide the following information.
All entries must be printed or typed except for signatures.
This claim for exemption is based on a transfer of a motor vehicle as a gift.
Motor Vehicle Transferred:
Year
Make
Model
Vehicle identification number
Title number
I,
, of
Donor
Address
City/Town
State
Zip
transferred the above-described vehicle to
, of
Donee
Address
on
.
City/Town
State
Zip
Date
Both the donor and the donee declare:
1. Did either party make or receive payment in any form in connection with the transfer?
Yes
No.
2. Did either party make a promise of payment for the vehicle, or does either party expect payment in the future?
Yes
No.
3. Did either party assume any debt in connection with the transfer?
Yes
No.
4. At the time of the transfer, did the donor intend to make a gift of the vehicle to the donee?
Yes
No.
Declaration
I declare under the pains and penalties of perjury that I have reviewed this affidavit and the statements I have made in it and declare that they
are true.
Donor’s signature
Date
Donee’s signature
Date
Instructions
The purchaser of a motor vehicle acquired for use, storage or
Please note that your statements are to be made under the pains
other consumption in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is
and penalties of perjury and that a statement which is made will-
required to pay a sales or use tax unless an exemption is specifi-
fully and is false as to a material matter may be punished as a
cally provided for in the Massachusetts General Laws or the
felony under Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 62C, sec-
Code of Massachusetts Regulations.
tion 73, or Chapter 268, section 1A. Perjury is a serious crime
and punishment can be severe.
An exemption from the sales or use tax for a motor vehicle trans-
ferred as a gift is provided for in the Massachusetts regulations
If you have any questions about the acceptance or use of this
and statutes. In order to be exempt from the sales and use tax,
affidavit, please contact:
you must meet the requirements of the law and complete the
Massachusetts Department of Revenue
affidavit above. You must fill in all blanks and print or type your
Customer Service Bureau
entries, except at the end of the affidavit where your signatures
PO Box 7010
are required.
Boston, MA 02204
(617) 887-MDOR
This form is approved by the Commissioner of Revenue and may be reproduced.
Form MVU-24
Rev. 4/99
Affidavit in Support of a Claim for
Massachusetts
Exemption from Sales or Use Tax for
Department of
a Motor Vehicle Transferred as a Gift
Revenue
Please read the instructions below before completing this form and provide the following information.
All entries must be printed or typed except for signatures.
This claim for exemption is based on a transfer of a motor vehicle as a gift.
Motor Vehicle Transferred:
Year
Make
Model
Vehicle identification number
Title number
I,
, of
Donor
Address
City/Town
State
Zip
transferred the above-described vehicle to
, of
Donee
Address
on
.
City/Town
State
Zip
Date
Both the donor and the donee declare:
1. Did either party make or receive payment in any form in connection with the transfer?
Yes
No.
2. Did either party make a promise of payment for the vehicle, or does either party expect payment in the future?
Yes
No.
3. Did either party assume any debt in connection with the transfer?
Yes
No.
4. At the time of the transfer, did the donor intend to make a gift of the vehicle to the donee?
Yes
No.
Declaration
I declare under the pains and penalties of perjury that I have reviewed this affidavit and the statements I have made in it and declare that they
are true.
Donor’s signature
Date
Donee’s signature
Date
Instructions
The purchaser of a motor vehicle acquired for use, storage or
Please note that your statements are to be made under the pains
other consumption in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is
and penalties of perjury and that a statement which is made will-
required to pay a sales or use tax unless an exemption is specifi-
fully and is false as to a material matter may be punished as a
cally provided for in the Massachusetts General Laws or the
felony under Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 62C, sec-
Code of Massachusetts Regulations.
tion 73, or Chapter 268, section 1A. Perjury is a serious crime
and punishment can be severe.
An exemption from the sales or use tax for a motor vehicle trans-
ferred as a gift is provided for in the Massachusetts regulations
If you have any questions about the acceptance or use of this
and statutes. In order to be exempt from the sales and use tax,
affidavit, please contact:
you must meet the requirements of the law and complete the
Massachusetts Department of Revenue
affidavit above. You must fill in all blanks and print or type your
Customer Service Bureau
entries, except at the end of the affidavit where your signatures
PO Box 7010
are required.
Boston, MA 02204
(617) 887-MDOR
This form is approved by the Commissioner of Revenue and may be reproduced.

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