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Kentucky General Bill of Sale Form

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The Kentucky General Bill of Sale is considered a legal document, generally used between two private parties to prove the sale, purchase or trade of personal property. This document will also establish that there is now a change of ownership and will supply specifics as well, about the item(s) that are being purchased or traded. This form will require notarization. It’s recommended that no one provide any signatures until all signatories are before a notary public and have provided proper identification to the notary prior to witness.

How To Write

Step 1 – Seller and Buyer Information:

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

Step 2 – Property Details – Enter the details of the property being in the lines provided on the form as follows:

  • Details of item(s)
  • Serial Number (SN) (if any)

Step 3 – Trade/Purchase Price – Check any boxes, adding detail if requested:

  • The seller is only accepting monetary payment if this box is checked – Enter the dollar amount in words
  • Enter the dollar amount in numbers
  • Provide a specific date as to when the respective parties have agreed that payment will be made mm/dd/yyyy format
  • Enter the date in which the document will be known, in mm/dd/yyyy format
  • If the parties have agreed that payment will be made at a later date, you must enter the final date in which payment will be accepted mm/dd/yyyy format
  • Other – If other negotiations have been agreed upon by the parties, enter a brief description of the negotiations (add a sheet if needed)
  • Check this box if the item(s) are being provided as a gift to the “buyer,” and no funds will be exchanged
  • Check the final box and provide any conditions, if this will be a direct trade

Step 4 – Seller’s Disclosure – The seller is required to review the statements in this section and provide information regarding any known defects with the property being sold

  • If all signatories are present before a notary public, the seller must then sign in agreement to the statement after recording the defect(s) (if any)

Step 5 – Signatures – If all signatories are present before a notary public each party must enter:

  • The Seller –
  • Signature
  • Printed Name
  • AND
  • The Buyer –
  • Signature
  • Printed Name
  • AND
  • The Witness – 
  • Signature
  • Printed Name

Step 6 – Notarization – As the notary witnesses all signatures, he/she will then complete the remainder of the form, also affixing their state seal.

  • Make copies of the completed document. Provide a copy to all who have signed, for record keeping
  • Give the original copy to the buyer

 


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