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How To Write a Car Bill of Sale in Ontario

When you’re buying or selling a car in Ontario, you’ll need to complete a car bill of sale. This document is a record of the transfer of ownership between two parties and it’s required by law. In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about writing a car bill of sale in Ontario. We’ll cover what information needs to be included and provide some tips on making sure the process goes as smoothly as possible.

What is a Bill of Sale?

A bill of sale is a document that records the transfer of ownership of a car from one person to another. It’s not a standardized form, so you can either use a pre-made template or create your own. The important thing is that all the required information is included.

What Should Be Included in Every Bill of Sale?

– The date of the sale

– The full names and addresses of the buyer and seller

– A description of the car, including the make, model, year, colour, VIN (vehicle identification number), and odometer reading

– The selling price of the vehicle

– The signatures of both the buyer and seller

Once the bill of sale is complete, both the buyer and seller should keep a copy for their records. The buyer will need to submit a copy of the bill of sale when transferring ownership of the vehicle at a ServiceOntario centre.
We hope this article has been helpful. If you have any questions about writing a car bill of sale in Ontario, please book your FREE demo today!