Free Automobile As Is Bill of Sale

This Automobile AS IS Bill of Sale is between a seller and buyer of a motor vehicle being sold “as is.” This Bill of Sale sets forth the specifics regarding the transaction including the amount paid for the vehicle and its make, model, VIN number and odometer reading. The Bill of Sale also certifies that the seller has not altered the odometer reading. This Automobile AS IS Bill of Sale explicitly states there are no implied warranties for the auto made by the seller to the buyer.

Disclaimer:This was not drafted by an attorney & should not be used as a legal document.

Motor Vehicle As Is Bill of Sale

BE IT KNOWN, that for payment in the sum of _____________________________________ Dollars ($___________), the full receipt and sufficiency of which is acknowledged, the undersigned _______________________ of _____________________________________________ (“Seller”) hereby sells and transfers to_____________________ of ________________________ _________________________ (“Buyer”), the following described motor vehicle (“Vehicle”):
Make: Model or series:
Year: Color:
VIN #: Style:
Odometer reading: Title #:

Seller warrants to Buyer that Seller is the legal and true owner of the Vehicle and that Seller has the right to sell the Vehicle.
The Vehicle is sold AS IS with no express or implied warranties or representations having been made by Seller to Buyer.
The Seller certifies that the odometer reading of the Vehicle is correct to their knowledge, and that the Seller has not modified the odometer, disconnected it, or rolled back the mileage during their ownership.
If the sale is not completed, the Seller will retain $__________________ of the down payment to cover costs and effort in re-advertising.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Seller has hereunto executed and delivered this Motor Vehicle As Is Bill of Sale this ___________________ day of ____________________________, 20________.


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