Bill of Sale Legal Forms for Each State
What is a Personal Property / Bill of Sale?
With a bill of sale form, the seller agrees to sell to the purchaser certain items of personal property. Examples of personal property include: automobiles, motorcycles, jewelry, boats, and other personal property. A bill of sale is a legal document made by a seller to a purchaser.
The legal document reports that on a specific date, at a specific locality, and for a particular sum of money or other “value received”, the seller sold to the purchaser a specific item of personal, or parcel of real, property of which he had lawful possession.
A bill of sale is a written instrument which evidences the legal transfer of title to personal property from the vendor (also known as the seller), to the vendee (also known as the buyer).
What Information is Required on a Bill of Sale form?
Most bill of sale forms require the following information to be included:
- Amount of consideration paid for the transfer of title
- Date the purchase occurred
- Name and address of the 0Seller
- Name and address of the Buyer
- Specific information about the asset being transferred from the seller to the buyer
- Guarantee from the seller that the item is free from all claims
- Any representations or warranties
- Signature of the seller(s)
- Signature of a notary public
Where to Buy or Download Bill of Sale Forms
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Following are links to personal property and bill of sale forms for all states:
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