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Document Overview

A Bill of Sale sets out the sale of a specific item from the Buyer to the Seller, stating that the Seller transfers the legal title of the item to the Buyer for a certain price. Using a Bill of Sale ensures that you and the other party understand the terms of the sale, and helps prevent any disputes from happening. It is important to note that a Bill of Sale is not appropriate for real estate or property transactions, or for the sale of shares or stock.

Use this Bill of Sale if:

  • You are a selling an Animal, Appliance, Equipment, Motor Vehicle or other similar items; or
  • You are buying the above item(s).

What does the Bill of Sale cover?

  • Details of both parties;
  • Details of sale item;
  • Consideration and payment details;
  • Seller warranties; and
  • Inspection details.

Other names for Bill of Sale include:

  • Sale Agreement; and
  • Sale Contract.
  • Icon Australiasuitable for all Australian states and territories
  • Calendarlast updated September 2015
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