Updated on February 9th, 2021
A Virginia general bill of sale is a document used to record a private transaction between a buyer and seller. This form can be used for any type of property, so long as a full description of the items sold is provided. The buyer and seller will both be required to submit their contact information and personal info. They’ll also need to recognize that by signing the form, they are either accepting or relinquishing ownership of the property. The buyer will also be acknowledging that they are accepting possession of the items in their current condition and that the seller isn’t liable for any defects found at a later date.