2011 South Dakota Code
Chapter 03A. Title, Registration And Taxation Of Boats
§32-3A-4 Registration of boats--Application--Violation as felony.

SD Codified L § 32-3A-4 (through 2011) What's This?

32-3A-4. Registration of boats--Application--Violation as felony. A boat requiring numbering by this state shall be registered with the department. The application shall be accompanied by a fee to be set by rules promulgated by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission pursuant to chapter 1-26. The new owner of the boat shall present a manufacturer's statement of origin or assigned certificate of title if a title has been previously issued for the large boat, or if no title is required, the ownership document issued by that jurisdiction; a bill of sale containing a complete description of the large boat; the purchaser's name and address; the previous owner's name and address; the full purchase price as defined by this chapter and how computed; the trade-in allowance and description of the trade, if any; and any other relevant information the department may require to the county treasurer in the county of the owner's residence or if the new owner is a nonresident to any county treasurer. If a person intentionally falsifies information on the certificate, the person is guilty of a Class 6 felony.

Source: SL 1959, ch 125, § 4; SDC Supp 1960, § 25.1404 (1); SL 1963, ch 143, § 2; SL 1976, ch 258, § 6; SL 1984, ch 29, § 6; SL 1985, ch 15, § 61; SL 1985, ch 333; SL 1988, ch 346, § 1; SL 1993, ch 322, § 4; SDCL § 42-8-5; SL 1998, ch 74, § 6; SL 2010, ch 151, § 2.

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