Bill Of Sale Forms

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Whether you are a buyer or seller, you can protect yourself with legal documentation through a professional Bill of Sale document. Regardless of whether you're buying a motorcycle, a used car, or even a powerboat, you will need a bill of sale. Not only does it verify that you are the legal owner, but jurisdictions commonly use the bill of sale to determine the sales tax.


Make sure that when you do enter into a purchase agreement with someone for your vehicle, automobile, motorcycle, boat, or other property, that both parties know their rights.

 

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Who needs a Bill of Sale?
Anyone buying or selling any personal property such as furniture, mowers, horses, trailers, or a personal vehicle such as a car, boat, truck, motorcycle, or ATV within the United States should have a bill of sale created for their own personal situation. This is why flexible, personalized, bills of sale like the ones right here at MyBillOfSale.com are the best choice for anyone in the U.S

A bill of sale is a legal document made by a ’seller’ to a purchaser, reporting 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. It is a written instrument which evidences the transfer of title to personal property from the vendor, seller, to the vendee, buyer.

The term “bill of sale” originally referred to any writing by which an absolute disposition of personalty for value was effected or evidenced. A common feature of such dispositions is that the owner mortgagor remains in possession and exercises all the attendant rights of ownership, which may be so overwhelming as to induce a third party to accept the same chattel as a security for a grant, albeit without notice of the first mortgagee. This scenario made the bill of sale a veritable tool of fraud.

The evolution of various bills of sale laws was to curb the use of the bill of sale as a means of defrauding innocent persons. The first of such being the Bills of Sale Act, 1854 which was repealed and re-enacted by the Bills of Sale Act 1878 which was almost on all fours with the 1854 Act. Further developments led to the enactment of the Bills of Sale Act 1882.

A bill of sale has been defined as a legal document made by the seller to a purchaser, reporting 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 property, or parcel of real property of which he had lawful possession . The Black’s Law Dictionary on its part defines a bill of sale as “an instrument for the conveyance of title to personal property, absolutely or by way of security”. According to Omotola the bill of sale is “a form of legal mortgage of chattels”. Bullen and Leake and Jacobs define a bill of sale as “a document transferring a proprietary interest in personal chattels from one individual (the “grantor”) to another (the “grantee”), without possession being delivered to the grantee”.

In essence, a bill of sale is a written instrument showing the voluntary transfer of a right or interest or title to personal property, either by way of security or absolutely, from one person to another without the actual physical possession of the property leaving the owner and being delivered to the other party. It is clear from the definitions above that the bills of sale are essentially of two types: The absolute bill of sale and the conditional bill of sale.

 

 
 

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