A New Hampshire general bill of sale is used to prove that a seller received payment from a buyer in exchange for ownership of their personal property. This generic bill of sale is applicable in many transactions, including the sale of electronics, artwork, furniture, clothing, tools, and musical instruments. It creates evidence of the sale by reporting the purchase date, selling price, the parties’ information, and a description of the property sold. The bill affirms that the item was sold in “as is” condition. As a result, the seller cannot be held accountable for any defects the buyer may discover after the sale.