Free General Bill of Sale

This General Bill of Sale can be used for any general sales transaction. This bill of sale sets out the names of the buyer and seller, the property being sold and the amount paid for the property. In this document the seller warrants to buyer that he/she is the legal owner of the property and holds the rights of sale. There are also provisions regarding liens against the property and the nature of any property defects. This General Bill of Sale must be signed and dated by the seller.

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

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 property (“Property”):
Seller warrants to Buyer that Seller is the legal and true owner of the Property and that Seller has the right to sell the Property. Furthermore, Seller warrants that Property is free from any lien, security interest or other encumbrance, except a lien by _____________________ (“Lien Holder”) and that Seller will defend Property against any claims or demands, except any previously mentioned lien (if any).
Seller believes Goods to be in good condition except for the following defects:
Other than the warranty set forth above, Seller makes no other express warranties. Buyer takes all goods as is. Seller hereby disclaims the implied warranty of merchantability and all other implied warranties which may apply to the extent that such disclaimers are permitted in the state having jurisdiction over this bill of sale.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Seller has hereunto executed and delivered this General Bill of Sale this ___________________ day of __________________________, 20________.


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