This Bill of Sale for Personal Property is a written acknowledgement of the transfer of
personal property from a Seller to a Buyer. In the case of Bill of Sale for Personal
Property with a Warranty, the Seller warrants the personal property item to be free of
defect or if there is a defect, the Seller promises to repair or replace the personal
property. This document contains both standard clauses, and opportunities for the use
of optional terms and conditions, making it fully customizable to fit the needs of the
contracting parties. This document should be used by individuals or entities that want to
purchase or sell personal property with the inclusion of a warranty provision.
BILL OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
State of ________________
County of ______________________ [Instruction: Insert the County]
KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS:
THAT I, ________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of seller],
(hereinafter “Seller”), residing at _________________________________ [Instruction: Insert
the address of seller], County of _________________________ [Instruction: Insert the
County], State of ________________________ [Instruction: Insert the State] in consideration
of the payment of the sum of ________ ($___) [Instruction: Insert the consideration amount
e.g., five hundred dollars only ($ 500)] receipt of payment acknowledged, do hereby sell and
transfer to ________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of buyer],
(hereinafter “Buyer”), residing at ________________________________ [Instruction: Insert
the address of buyer], County of ________________________ [Instruction: Insert the
County], State of ________________________ [Instruction: Insert the State] his/her
successors and assigns, the following described personal property (hereinafter “Property”):
[Instruction: Insert description that clearly identifies and distinguishes the property].
Seller warrants that he/she is the lawful owner in every respect of all of the Property and that it is
free and clear of all liens, security agreements, encumbrances, claims, demands, and charges of
every kind whatsoever.
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This Agreement binds Seller, his/her successors and assigns, to warrant and defend the title to all
of the Property to Buyer, his/her successors and assigns, forever against every person lawfully
claiming the Property or any part of it.
This Bill of Sale shall be effective as to the transfer of all Property listed in it as of ____
[Month] ____ [Date] 20____ [Year].
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Bill of Sale is executed on ____ [Month] ____ [Date] 20____
[Instruction: Insert signature of seller]
[Instruction: Insert typed/printed name of seller]
[Instruction: Insert signature of witness]
[Instruction: Insert typed/printed name of witness]
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State of ________________
County of ____________________
Before me, the undersigned authority, on this day appeared ____________________________
[name of seller], known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing
instrument, and acknowledged to me that he/she executed the instrument for the purposes and
consideration expressed in the instrument.
Given under my hand and seal of office on _________________ [date].
Notary's Typed Name
My commission expires: ______________.
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