Updated on February 22nd, 2021
An Idaho general bill of sale is a generic form that documents the private sale of personal property between a seller and a buyer. Both parties will need to sign the document, which will need to include a description of the article being sold, the price paid by the buyer, the sale date, and each individual’s contact information. Once completed, a bill of sale will act as proof of purchase and evidence that the item was transferred from one party to the other. When selling a valuable or antique piece, establishing a record of ownership can be important to prove its provenance and authenticity.