A Georgia Generic Bill of Sale is a legal document recording the transfer of ownership of various assets from the seller to the buyer, and an agreement between different parties for the sale of goods. Traditionally, this document is used for any type of personal property that can be sold. You can build your own form with the help of our customizable online template or download a ready-made one below.
The state of Georgia has released two specific forms that pertain to the sale of motor vehicles and vessels. You should note that a government-issued Georgia Bill of Sale does not exist so a template can be modified to suit a particular transaction and used for any personal items.
It is highly recommended to have a sales record since it offers legal protection to both parties, proving that a transaction took place, in the event of a possible dispute in the future. This document and official registration of the purchased item (except for motor vehicles and boats) is enough to serve as proof you own the property from now on.
A Bill of Sale does require notarization in Georgia. You can draft this document and complete it in its entirety except you cannot sign it without a notary public. Both parties, or their legal representatives, have to appear before a notary public in order to be identified, and only then, can the signatures be applied.
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