Updated on February 22nd, 2021
A Hawaii general bill of sale is a generic proof of purchase document that individuals can use to record the sale of their personal property. To complete the form, the seller and the buyer will need to provide a description of the transaction, including the item being sold, the date of sale, and the amount paid. Both parties will need to provide their contact information and signatures. In accordance with the bill of sale, the buyer accepts the item “as is,” which means that they cannot return it if they discover a defect or become dissatisfied with their purchase.