Updated on February 15th, 2021
A Kansas general bill of sale form is a form that establishes the sale of personal property from a private seller to a buyer. This generic bill of sale is useful for recording a transaction wherein the buyer might need to prove ownership after the purchase. This document will outline the date the sale took place, the item(s) sold, the total sale price, and information on both parties. Once the form is filled out, the seller and buyer can sign the document. Depending on the type of property sold and the location of the parties, the bill of sale may need to be notarized.