Statutory Declaration Verifying Particulars of a Bill of Sale Department of Justice CONSUMER AFFAIRS & FAIR TRADING Statutory Declaration Verifying Particulars of a Bill of Sale Bills of Sale Act 1900 (Section 6 (1)(c)) (Regulation 3) FEE: refer to fee schedule Service Tasmania Product Code BABS I, ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (Insert full name of the person making the declaration) of ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (Insert residential address of the person making the declaration) in Tasmania, do solemnly and sincerely declare that 1. The following particulars contained in the bill of sale to which this statutory declaration relates are true and correct:- (a) Date of execution:- (b) Description of grantor(s):-(if space insufficient attach an annexure) Full name: Full business/residential address: Full name: Full business/residential address: (c) Description of grantee:- (if space insufficient attach an annexure) Full name: Full business/residential address: (d) Amount secured:- 2. The copy of the bill of sale annexed to this statutory declaration and marked "A" is a true copy of the original bill of sale. AND I make this solemn declaration under the Oaths Act 2001. _____________________________________________ Signed DECLARED AT ___________________ in the State of Tasmania, this _________ day of __________ 20 ______ Before me ______________________________________ ________________________________________ *A Justice of the Peace/*Commissioner for Declarations Signed Directions 1. This statutory declaration is to be attached to the original bill of sale or a copy thereof. 2. This statutory declaration is to be lodged with the Commissioner for Corporate Affairs within 21 days after the date of execution of the bill of sale. 3. This statutory declaration may be made by the grantor or grantee. 4. *Delete whichever inapplicable. 5. The copy bill of sale, if annexed to this statutory declaration, shall be endorsed as follows: This is the annexure marked "A" referred to in the attached statutory declaration before me on the ______________ day of ________________ 20 __________ _______________________________________________ *A Justice of the Peace/*Commissioner for Declarations. Department of Justice CONSUMER AFFAIRS & FAIR TRADING REGISTERING A BILL OF SALE To register a Bill of Sale you need to complete the registration form Statutory Declaration Verifying Particulars of a Bill of Sale and attach the following information • The full name and residential address of the individual making the declaration • The date of execution • The full name and residential address of the grantor/s or borrower/s, please note that a post office box will not be accepted • The full name and residential address of the grantee/s (or lender/s), please note a post office box will not be accepted • The amount secured • The statement at the end of the registration form, which should be completed by the individual making the declaration and signed before a Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Declarations A bill of sale may only be registered in the name of an individual, a company (eg Pty Ltd) registered with ASIC or a registered association. A bill of sale cannot be registered to a business name or family trust. Please ensure the declaration is sworn under the correct Act. In Tasmania this is the Oaths Act 2001. If the declaration is sworn outside of Tasmania, you will need to check with the relevant State Authority. The bill of sale contract should be attached to the registration form. The contract should include details of the goods (chattels) to be covered by the bill of sale including any relevant serial, vehicle identification number (VIN), and/or registration numbers. A bill of sale must be lodged within 21 days of the date of execution. If documents are received outside this period they become null and void, and must be re-executed for any legal effect. Business Affairs does not send notification that a bill of sale has been registered, nor does Business Affairs notify you when a bill of sale is due for renewal. If you require for your records the bill of sale number and registration date, please forward a copy of the bill of sale document (additional to the copy attached to the statutory declaration). The bill of sale will be due for renewal prior to the expiry of the four, year registration period. LODGING THE FORM ENQUIRIES In person: at Service Tasmania Telephone: 03 6233 7573 By mail to: Business Affairs Branch Email: firstname.lastname@example.org GPO Box 1244 Hobart TAS 7001 Website: www.consumer.tas.gov.au PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION STATEMENT PAYMENT Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading (CAFT) will collect personal information from you for FILING FEE: Fees increase 1 July each year. The relevant fee must the purpose of processing this application. You are required to provide this information be submitted with this form. by the Bills of Sale Act 1900. Failure to provide this information may result in your application not being processed. Your personal information will be used for the primary purpose for which it is collected, and may be disclosed to other authorised organisations. For Current fee information refer to the Fee Schedule (available from Your basic personal information may be disclosed to other public sector bodies where the payments page at www.consumer.tas.gov.au). necessary for the efficient storage and use of the information. Personal information will be managed in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act 2004 and may be accessed by the individual to whom it relates on request to CAFT. You may be Cheque or Money orders made payable to the Business Affairs charged a fee for this service. Branch.