A Horse Bill of Sale is a legal document used by the residents of Delaware to outline the details of the horse transfer from one party (the seller) to the other (the buyer). A properly filled out bill of sale serves as proof of the transaction, confirms there was an exchange of money for the horse, and protects the parties in case either of them finds an issue after the horse becomes the property of the new owner.
This form was issued by the Delaware Department of Agriculture on , with all previous editions obsolete. A fillable Delaware Horse Bill of Sale is available for download below.
To make the purchaser the legal owner of the horse in questions, the parties to the agreement must state their full names and contact information, indicate the price of the horse and the date of the transaction, and describe the horse by its name and tattoo number. The seller must certify the horse is free of encumbrances, and then the parties sign the document in the presence of a notary public to finalize the deal.
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