Updated on February 9th, 2021
A Vermont general bill of sale is a generic form that Vermont residents can use to record transactions wherein property ownership transfers from buyer to seller. Both parties should sign the form, and have it notarized if they deem it necessary, to indicate that at the time of the sale, the items in question were handed over to the buyer for the agreed-upon purchase price. While there are specified bills of sale linked below for motor vehicle, boat, and firearm transactions, the document linked on this page can serve for any goods whatsoever. The completed document will serve as proof of ownership so long as a sufficiently detailed description of the items in question is provided in the form.