This bill of sale form can be used to transfer ownership of most personal property from one party (the Seller) to a second party (the Buyer). It is your responsibility to check with the proper authorities in your state to determine if this bill of sale is all you need for the sale/purchase. Requirements vary from state to state and from one city to another.
A bill of sale is also called a purchase and sale. Once signed by both parties it becomes a legal document. The document records the details of a sale between a seller and the buyer. In most cases a bill sale is very simple. Mostly commonly it states 1) the seller’s name, 2) the buyer’s name, the exact property being transferred, and the amount of the purchase. Under certain circumstances, the bill of sale is very complicated and should be prepared by a legal professional.
These are general bill of sale forms. We also offer bill of sale forms for specific types of personal property such as a boat, trailer, motorcycle, horse, or snowmobile. The most important details to include on a bill of sale are the buyer’s name and address, the seller’s name and address, and a detailed description of the property being transferred.
Click the link below for the state where the bill of sale is needed.
Connecticut Bill of Sale Forms
Massachusetts Bill of Sale Forms
Mississippi Bill of Sale Forms
New Hampshire Bill of Sale Forms
North Carolina Bill of Sale Forms
North Dakota Bill of Sale Forms
Pennsylvania Bill of Sale Forms
Rhode Island Bill of Sale Forms
South Carolina Bill of Sale Forms
South Dakota Bill of Sale Forms
West Virginia Bill of Sale Forms
Blank Bill of Sale Forms – Bill of Sale Forms by State – Vehicle Bill of Sale Form – Generic Bill of Sale Form