A Minnesota general bill of sale allows two (2) parties, a seller and a buyer, to record the sale and purchase of personal property. This generic form can be used by the buyer to prove that ownership of the property was transferred to them. A completed bill of sale also releases the seller from any liability relating to the condition of the items sold. The name, address, and contact information of each party must be entered into the form. The seller must also include a brief description of the items sold and the total sale price.