A South Dakota general bill of sale is used when selling personal property to generate proof of the sale. It affirms that a buyer agreed to purchase a seller’s used property for a specific price, on a specific date, and with the understanding that the property is being acquired “as-is.” Should the buyer discover defects after the transaction has concluded, no reimbursements shall be issued by the seller. This particular document serves as a generic receipt, suitable for all types of used property. That said, transactions involving motor vehicles, boats, or firearms are best reported in the appropriate documents provided below.
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