Updated on February 22nd, 2021
A Connecticut general bill of sale is a type of receipt that individuals can use when privately selling their personal property. This type of receipt can be used for items sold at garage sales, or through online listings or printed classifieds. The completed form will need to include a description of the item sold, the date of the transaction, and the amount paid. With the requisite information submitted, the parties must sign to indicate their consent to the sale. By executing the document, the buyer and the seller finalize the sale, confirming that the buyer is purchasing the item(s) in “as is” condition, and that the seller is releasing ownership.