Florida Bill of Sale

In the state of Florida, the bill of sale for a car is required in order to transfer the title, an even more important measure to take when conducting a vehicle transaction the Florida bill of sale should include the names and addresses of both the buyer and seller, the vehicle's make, model, series number, body type, year, vehicle identification number (VIN), the name of the lien-holder, the car's odometer reading when it is sold, the seller's signature, the signature and seal from a notary public, and, if the vehicle was purchased from a dealer, the dealer's state and county business license numbers.




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