A North Carolina general bill of sale is used to prove that ownership of an item has been transferred from a seller to a buyer. It is commonly drafted in private transactions involving vehicles, motorboats, clothing, furniture, animals, or other property of substantial value. The form should include a description of the purchased item, the price paid to the seller, the sale date and location, and the parties’ names and contact information. Once completed and signed, the bill of sale may be presented as proof that the transaction took place should the ownership of the item(s) be questioned at any point. All property reported through this generic bill of sale document is sold “as is,” and the seller is released from liability immediately after the transaction is complete.
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