A bill of sale documents the transfer of ownership of an item from one party to another, more specifically from the Seller to the Buyer. It also serves as a receipt or proof of sale. In most states a bill of sale is required to register a motor vehicle.
As the seller, it is imperative that you verify the buyer’s identity and retain a copy of the bill of sale. Let’s say you sell a car. Two hours later the police knock on your door and inform you that the car hit a pedestrian and left the scene of the accident. You’d better hope you have a copy of the bill of sale to prove you sold that vehicle!
Our bill of sale forms are offered in 4 different formats. You may download the Microsoft Word or PDF file for free. The fillable PDF version is available to our subscribers. Subscribers also have access to our EZ Online Forms that takes all the guesswork out of which information goes on what line.
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