Sample NM Bill of Sale
For good consideration, I ___________ of ___________ County, New Mexico do hereby sell, transfer title and declare that there are no liens or encumbrances on the following described vehicle:
Year - Make - Model - VIN# - Odometer - Title/Tag State
to person(s) named below. A photocopy of this document is acceptable as a bill of sale. Any questions regarding the vehicle or its title should be directed to your local Department of Motor Vehicles. This vehicle will be sold "as-is" with no warranties expressed or implied. By signing below, you agree to these terms.
Acknowledged by Seller on _________ , _____ Signed by Seller's Name (Printed): ___________
Acknowledged by Purchaser on ___________, _____ Signed by Purchaser's Name (Printed): ___________
To use this document for legal purposes, please contact the appropriate state/country authorities for proper legal usage. It is the sole responsibility of the user to verify accuracy and proper usage of this document.
By using this sample document, you acknowledge that there are no warranties expressed or implied regarding its accuracy or validity. Moreover, you agree that you shall solely bear any liability arising out of its submittal.
The information contained herein is strictly for reference only. It should not be used without consulting with your legal counsel or tax expert consultants before engaging in any business activities.
Does New Mexico require a bill of sale?
New Mexico is one of three states that does not require a bill of sale upon the purchase and sale of a vehicle. This document's main purpose is to record the transaction and verify ownership between buyer and seller.
What other documentation do I need to buy a car in New Mexico?
New Mexico requires registration with the state for all vehicles that are purchased, even if the vehicle is exempt from sales tax.
Registration fees vary depending on the type of vehicle and how long it has been since the last time it was registered in New Mexico.
Before registering your vehicle, make sure that you have your sales tax receipt, proof of insurance, and bill of sale. All documents must be originals or certified copies.
For more information about New Mexico's registration process, visit the Motor Vehicle Division's website.