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Online Bills of Sale
A Bill of Sale provides a receipt when property is sold. It can also be used to document the specific terms of an agreement between a buyer and a seller. Additionally, many states require a Bill of Sale in order to transfer title to a motor vehicle, watercraft, and/or aircraft. LegacyWriter makes it easy to create a Bill of Sale for many types of property. property.
1 Step One 1
Complete the online interview.
1 Step Two 1
Print your Bill of Sale yourself or receive by mail.
1 Step Three 1
Follow the instructions to sign a Bill of Sale in your state.
Enter the Buyer and Seller information requested below, if known. Otherwise, click "Continue with Questions," and blank lines will be inserted into your Bill of Sale corresponding to any missing information.
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Buyer Information
First Name:    Last Name:   
City: State: Zip:
Seller Information
First Name:    Last Name:   
City: State: Zip:

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The LegacyWriter™ Bill of Sale is flexible. You may supply as much information as you wish to create a completed Bill of Sale or a partially completed Bill of Sale. Blank lines are included in your document for any incomplete information. This is useful in the event that you do not have all of the information available now but will have it at or before the time that your transaction is finalized. Make changes to your information as often as you like.

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