Unless you’re careful, the ‘pains’ of boating can lead to even more pains after you sell your boat. Here’s how:
#1: The Boat Breaks or Worse, Sinks
The list of boat troubles is long — engine overheating, blown water pumps, steering failure, propeller issues, leaks, and more.
What if your boat has trouble after the sale? Then you too might be in trouble. The buyer might ask you to pay the cost of repairs. They might demand you take the boat back. Or worse, you might be sued.
#2: Missed DMV Requirements
In California, boats are registered through the California DMV. The DMV has all sorts of boating regulations, such as which boats must be registered, what is required to buy or sell a boat, requirements for boat trailers, and more.
For example, you have to file a Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability within 5 days of selling your boat. Forget to do so, and you may be on the hook for the buyer’s boating violations. There’s also the possibility of fines or fees for missing a DMV requirement.
There’s an easy way to avoid troubled waters — use a professionally written California boat bill of sale.
We’re here to help. We have a team of attorneys that researched California law for selling a boat. We know how to avoid legal risks. And we know how to write legal contracts, such as a boat bill of sale, in easy-to-understand English.
The result is an easy-to-understand California boat bill of sale that you can download immediately for the low cost of $14.95. Here are some of its great benefits:
#1: Legal Protection
Using easy-to-understand English, our boat bill of sale makes the sale ‘as-is’:Thus, the buyer will be responsible for all repairs to the boat after the sale. In addition, you’ll be legally protected after the sale, in the event the boat breaks down or gets into an accident on the water or on the highway while being towed.
Think you’re protected if you use the California DMV bill of sale? You’re not — it’s a bare-bones document that doesn’t make the sale as-is. To really protect yourself, you need a stronger legal document like our boat bill of sale.
#2: Help With DMV Requirements for Boat Sales
Worried about missing a DMV requirement? Don’t be.
Our bill of sale reminds you of important information you’ll need, such as the Hull Identification Number, the builder, and the Registration Certificate of Number. It also reminds you of important documents to complete, such as the Certificate of Ownership and the Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability.
Put simply, our bill of sale walks you through the boat sale process so you rest easy. Don’t delay, download your California boat bill of sale kit today.
#3: Easy to Use
Our boat bill of sale comes with a User Guide and is written in easy-to-understand English. You’ll receive the document in both Microsoft Word (.doc) and PDF formats, and you can complete the bill of sale in less than 15 minutes.
#4: Sell Your Trailer, Too
The DMV has separate requirements for trailers, so don’t use a generic legal form to sell both your boat and your trailer. Instead, use our bill of sale, which makes the trailer part of the sale and, as with your boat, walks you through the DMV requirements.
#5: Warranty Option
Need extra incentive to close the sale? Or are you a buyer looking to protect yourself? Our boat bill of sale includes the option of a limited warranty on the boat and/or the trailer, if the sale includes one.
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Selling your boat has risks, one of which is a bad buyer.
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The California Boat Bill of Sale is written for private parties only, and is not intended for use by merchants (e.g., boat dealers or brokers). It’s also not designed for boats that do not need to be registered with the DMV, such as non-motorized boats 8 feet or less in length (for information about boat registration, click here). Purchase of the Boat Bill of Sale Kit is subject to our terms and conditions.