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Connecticut General Bill of Sale Form

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The Connecticut General Bill of Sale is a document that proves the sale or trade of an item or items generally sold and purchased between two individuals. This document will prove the sale, purchase, and transfer of ownership of stated item(s) on the form. This form does require notarization, therefore no signatures should be provided until all parties involved, to include one witness, are before a notary public.

How To Write

Step 1 – Seller and Buyer Information –

  • The Seller – 
  • Seller’s Name
  • Driver’s License Number
  • Physical Address
  • City
  • State
  • AND
  • The Buyer –
  • Buyer’s Name
  • Driver’s License Number
  • Physical Address
  • City
  • State

Step 2 – Description of Property – Enter the following information into the lines provided:

  • Describe the item(s) being sold and purchased
  • Serial Number (SN) (If applicable)

Step 3 – Trade or Purchase Price – Check the appropriate boxes and enter additional information should it apply:

  • If the seller is accepting monetary funds check this box and continue –
  • Enter the date as it will be known between the seller and the buyer
  • If being paid for at a future date, enter the date into the line provided in mm/dd/yyyy format
  • Other – If there have been other negotiations between the parties with regard to how payment will be made, enter the details
  • Check the box if the “buyer” is receiving the property as a gift
  • Check the box if this is a trade and describe the details in the lines provided

Step 4 – Seller’s Disclosure – The seller must review the statements in this section.

  • If there are any defects in the personal property being sold, state them on the lines provided in the document
  • Seller must then provide signature if they are already before a notary public, if not, wait until all parties are available before a notary before providing any signatures

Step 5 – Signatures – In this section all parties must be present before a notary

  • Date the document in dd/mm/yyyy format
  • All three individuals must read the brief statement and then provide the following:
  • The Seller’s Signature and Printed name
  • The Buyer’s Signature and Printed name
  • The Witness’ Signature and Printed name
  • The remainder of the document must be completed by the notary public and they must affix their state seal

Once the information is completed, make copies for all who have signed the document for record keeping purposes. Give the original to the buyer