An Indiana Generic Bill of Sale is a document used to record the fact and important transfer details of a diverse array of items (e.g., electronics, furniture, livestock, and others) from a seller to a buyer.
The state of Indiana has not released any official forms you can use in this case. Customize any basic template with the necessary information, and it will be considered legal. You can download an Indiana-specific Generic Bill of Sale provided below the text and use it for your purposes. Or, you can choose to try out our form builder and create your own form.
Indiana law does not require notarization of your Bill of Sale, but you may want to use it as an additional precaution. This can save any potential trouble which might occur should the seller or buyer contest the transaction at a later date.
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