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PERSONAL PROPERTY BILL OF SALE
, Seller(s), hereby sell(s) the goods described in paragraph 2 to ,Buyer(s).
The goods being sold under this bill of sale (Goods) are:
The full purchase price for Goods is $ . In exchange for Goods, Buyer(s) has/have paid Seller(s) (choose one):
the full purchase price.
$as a down payment, balance due indays.
$as a down payment and has/have executed a promissory note for the balance of the purchase price.
Seller(s) warrant(s) that Seller(s) is/are the legal owner(s) of Goods and that Goods are free of all liens and encumbrances except
Seller(s) agree(s) to remove ant lien or encumbrance specified in this clause with the proceeds of this sale withindays of the date of the bill of sale.
Seller(s) believe(s) Goods to be in good condition except for the following defects:
Other than the warranty of ownership in Clause 4 and the representations in Clause 5, seller(s) make(s) no express warranties. The Buyer(s) take(s) all goods as is. Seller(s) hereby disclaim(s) the implied warranty of merchantability and all other implied warranties which may apply to the extent that such disclaims are permitted in the state having jurisdiction over this bill of sale.
Goods shall be delivered to Buyer(s) in the following manner (choose one and fill in information if Box b or c is checked):
a. Buyer shall take immediate possession of Goods.
b. Buyer(s) assume(s) responsibility for picking up goods fromwithin
c. In exchange for an additional delivery charge of $, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, Seller(s) will deliver Goods withindays to the following location:
Additional terms of sale for Goods are as follows:
Date Seller(s) Signed Date Buyer(s) Signed
Signature of Seller Signature of Buyer
Signature of Buyer
Address of Seller
Signature of Seller
Address of Seller
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