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North Carolina titles must be notarized. Only sign the title in the presence of a notary public. Sign your name (or names)* on the back of the title where it says Seller(s) Signature(s). Print your name (or names)* on the back of the title where it says Seller(s) Hand Printed Name(s).
Wait to sign until you are before a Notary. Back of the title top right - sign name(s) on the line where it reads "Seller(s) Signature(s)." Back of the title right below where you signed name(s) - print name(s) on the line where it reads "Seller(s) Hand Printed Name(s)."
Vessel registration number. Make, model, and year of vessel. NC title number. Hull identification number. Sale date and price of the vessel. Name and signature of the seller. Name of the buyer.
Register a Vehicle in North Carolina You will be required to provide a driver's license or state ID card. Proof of Insurance. A bill of sale. If a lien holder has your vehicle title, then you must present your current out-of-state registration and an odometer reading.
Start by filling out the back of the title with their name, address, and date of sale. You should also complete a new Title Application (MVR-1). Both forms need to be signed in the presence of a notary public. If the vehicle is 10 years old or newer, you need to complete an Odometer Disclosure (MVR-180).
The bill of sale is required to prove the validity of purchase, ensure that it is genuine, and that the price paid is the same as the buyer claims. The five states that do require you to get a bill of sale notarized are Louisiana, Maryland, Nebraska, New Hampshire, and West Virginia.
A vehicle title can be notarized by the owner, without having to identify a buyer. Both the buyer and seller sign the title or confirm in person at the notary that they did sign the title. Only the signature of the seller must be notarized.
Vessel registration number. Make, model, and year of vessel. NC title number. Hull identification number. Sale date and price of the vessel. Name and signature of the seller. Name of the buyer.
Complete a Bill of Sale While the state of NC does not require a bill of sale for a private vehicle sale, completing one is a great idea and *spoiler alert* you will need it later on. The DMV does provide a generic bill of sale form that is very useful and perfectly suitable for your transaction.
Reliable proof of residency or eligible risk includes but is not limited to: (1) A pay stub with the payee's address. (2) A utility bill showing the address of the applicant-payor. (3) A lease for an apartment, house, modular unit, or manufactured home with a North Carolina address signed by the applicant.
How do you register a car without a title in North Carolina? Bring a Bill-of-Sale to DMV or AAA Auto Club showing or proving you own the car and a new Title or duplicate title will be issued to you.
A bill of sale is only legally required in North Carolina when you purchase your vehicle from a car dealership. The dealership is mandated by law to provide you will a bill of sale, which acts as your proof of purchase for future reference.
You can also write out your own bill of sale. When writing a bill of sale, be sure to include: The vehicle identification number (VIN) and license plate number (if you're writing it for a vehicle)
The seller's name and address. The buyer's name and address. A description of the item being sold, including serial numbers, identification numbers, make, model, size, color, design, any distinguishing marks, features or faults [source: Cooper].
Information in a bill of sale for a motor vehicle includes a description of the vehicle, the VIN, and the odometer. It will also include the price as well as the names of the buyer and the seller. It should also be signed and dated by both. A bill of sale for a general item doesn't need to be notarized.
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