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Minnesota General Bill of Sale Form

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The Minnesota General Bill of Sale is a legal document, generally used between two individuals to provide proof that the sale, purchase or trade of personal property of any kind has occurred legally. This document will also establish that there has been a change of ownership and will supply specifics about the item(s) that are being purchased or traded. This form does require notarization.

How To Write

Step 1 – Seller and Buyer Information – Enter the following:

  • 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 a description of the item(s):

  • Details
  • Serial Number (SN) (if applicable)

Step 3 – Trade/Purchase Price – Check any boxes that apply. Provide further information if requested:

  • If the first box is checked, the seller is only willing to accept monetary payment – Enter the dollar amount in words
  • Enter the dollar amount in numbers
  • Specify the date when the parties have agreed that payment will be made available, in mm/dd/yyyy format
  • Enter the date in which the parties have agreed that the document will be known as, in mm/dd/yyyy format
  • If both have agreed that payment will be made at a later date, then enter that date mm/dd/yyyy format
  • Other – If the parties have decided upon a different agreement then enter a description of the agreement (if additional room is needed continue on a separate sheet and attach it to the form)
  • Check the box if the item(s) are being provided as a gift with no monetary responsibility on the part of the “buyer”
  • Check the box if this agreement is a trade. Provide a description of the terms of the trade

Step 4 – Seller’s Disclosure – The seller must read the statements in this section and provide information regarding any known defects in the property being sold

  • If all signing parties are present before a notary public then the seller must sign in agreement to the statement after recording the defects (if any)

Step 5 – Signatures – If all signatories are present before a notary public all parties must provide the following

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

Step 6 – Notarization – After the notary has witnessed all parties signatures, the notary public, will then complete the remainder of the form, also affixing their state seal.

  • Make copies of the completed document for record keeping for all signing parties
  • Give the original copy to the buyer

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