Our Bill of Sale Template is super easy to use. It is formatted for Microsoft Word. The template can be customized any way you want. Add sections that pertain to the particular item you’re selling or buying. Delete sections that aren’t relevant. Simply save the template to your computer or device to get started.
This Bill of Sale Template can be used to transfer ownership of most personal property (or business assets) from one party to another. It is your responsibility to check with the proper authority in your state to determine if the legal form created by this bill of sale template is all you need for the sale/purchase of your property. Requirements vary from state to state and from one city to another.
This Bill of Sale Template is available in both Microsoft Word and PDF. PDF is by far the more popular format. The Word template will automatically download so check the folder where downloads are saved on your computer or mobile device.
Click the link below to download the Bill of Sale Template. If you choose to print the bill of sale form from our website, use your computer’s print function. For most versions of Windows, press Ctrl + P. For MAC users, press Command-P. To save the bill of sale form to your computer, right click then select “Save as”.
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