A Tennessee general bill of sale is a receipt for the purchase of used property in a private exchange. The form reports the purchase date, location of sale, the amount paid to the seller, a description of the property, and the personal information of the buyer and seller. It also states that the item was purchased “as-is,” meaning that the buyer is liable for all defects found after the sale. This form is generic and fit for transactions involving used furniture, household items, tools, clothing, and other personal property. However, if reporting the sale of a motor vehicle or boat, the parties should instead utilize the government-issued documents presented below this paragraph.