A Bill of Sale is a contract between a buyer and seller for the transfer of certain items being sold. Examples include a motor vehicle, animal, antiques, or music collection.
Real Estate (i.e. your home) cannot be sold with a Bill of Sale. Such a transaction requires a far more detailed sales contract. However, a real estate sales contract is often accompanied by a Bill of Sale to transfer items inside the house (i.e. furniture and appliances).
There are other types of transactions that are too complicated for a simple Bill of Sale, such as selling a business.
The document will contain a notary provision for the seller to compete for the best possible protection.
Once payment is received and the written Attorney-Client agreement acknowledged, you will receive access to a secure collaborative file sharing platform to exchange documents and information.
The contract shall be customized based on what is being sold.
A standard Bill of Sale for common items, like antiques, may include the following information:
- Buyer/Seller's name and address
- Description of the property
- Price of each item
- Total price of transaction
A motor vehicle requires more specific details:
- Body Style
- State of Current Registration
- Buyer's Name and Address
- Seller's Name and Address
- Balance and When Due
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