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What does sold "as-is without any warranties" mean?The term “as-is without any warranties” means that the Seller is not guaranteeing the quality of the product to the Purchaser. The Seller is not liable for any imperfections or flaws in the goods provided the Seller has not taken steps to hide those flaws or lies about the existence of those flaws.


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Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale

IN CONSIDERATION of ___________________ of ____________________ (the 'Purchaser') providing $____________ AUD, which includes all sales taxes (the "Purchase Price"), the receipt and sufficiency of which consideration is hereby acknowledged, to ______________________ of ____________________ (the 'Seller'), the Seller hereby sells and delivers the Motor Vehicle to the Purchaser.

PURCHASE PRICE: The Purchaser will pay the Purchase Price to the Seller by cash.

MOTOR VEHICLE: The Seller will sell and deliver to the Purchaser the following motor vehicle (the 'Motor Vehicle'), presently situated at ____________________________________________________________:

  • Make: ________________________
  • Model: __________
  • Year: __________
  • Body Type: __________
  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): ________________________
  • Odometer Reading: __________ kilometres
  • Vehicle Engine Number: ________________________
  • Vehicle Chassis Number: ____________________________________

WARRANTIES: The Seller warrants that the Motor Vehicle is free of any liens and encumbrances and that the Seller is the legal owner of the Motor Vehicle. The Seller also warrants that the Seller has the full right and authority to sell and deliver the Motor Vehicle and that the Seller will defend the title of the Motor Vehicle against any and all claims and demands.

'AS IS' CONDITION: The Purchaser acknowledges that the Motor Vehicle is sold 'as is'. The Seller expressly disclaims any implied condition or warranty as to fitness for a particular purpose and any implied condition or warranty as to merchantability. The Seller expressly disclaims any expressed or other implied conditions or warranties.

WORKING ORDER: Any warranty as to the condition or working order of the Motor Vehicle is expressly disclaimed by the Seller.

MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY: Any disclaimer of warranties by the Seller in this Bill of Sale will not in any way affect the terms of any applicable warranties from the manufacturer of the Motor Vehicle.

LIABILITIES: The Seller does not assume, nor does the Seller authorise any other person on the behalf of the Seller to assume, any liability in connection with the sale or delivery of the Motor Vehicle.

INSPECTION: The Purchaser accepts the Motor Vehicle in its existing condition given that the Purchaser has either inspected the Motor Vehicle or was given the opportunity to inspect the Motor Vehicle but chose to not inspect it.

GOVERNING LAW: This Bill of Sale will be construed in accordance with and governed by the laws of the Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

SIGNED, SEALED, AND DELIVERED
this 23rd day of August, 2019.

   



_____________________________
______________________
(Seller)


Receipt of original copy
is hereby acknowledged by
___________________.

   

___________________________
Purchaser: ___________________
Address: ____________________

Bill of Sale Information

Alternate Names:

A Bill of Sale is also known as a:

  • Sales Receipt
  • Proof of Purchase

What is a Bill of Sale?

A Bill of Sale is a legal document that details the transfer of ownership of an item between a seller and purchaser. It includes the date and location of the transaction, as well as the amount of money offered in exchange for the goods being sold.

Rules and regulations regarding private sales differ between states and territories. LawDepot's Bill of Sale can be used in the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Western Australia.

Who is involved in a Bill of Sale?

A Bill of Sale typically involves two parties: a seller and a purchaser.

The seller is the individual or company selling the goods.

The purchaser (also known as a buyer) is the individual or company giving money in exchange for the goods.

When should you use a Bill of Sale?

A Bill of Sale serves as a private sales receipt where payment is made in full as soon as goods are transferred from a seller to a buyer.

In a Bill of Sale, goods are accepted "as is," which means the purchaser accepts the goods in their current condition, despite any features that may not function properly. The seller is not liable for any issues with the item, because the onus is on the buyer to ensure they're getting property in the condition they want.

If there is something wrong with the property that is discovered after the sale, it's generally considered the buyer's responsibility.

What can you use a Bill of Sale for?

A Bill of Sale is meant for simple, straight-forward sales on items such as automotives, equipment, animals, or other personal property. It is not appropriate to use for transactions involving real estate, services, or shares.

For example, a Bill of Sale can be used to transfer ownership of goods such as:

  • Appliances
  • Cars
  • Boats
  • Equipment
  • Furniture
  • Livestock
  • Personal Items
  • Pets
  • What information is typically included in a Bill of Sale?

    A Bill of Sale typically includes:

    • The full names and contact information of the buyer and seller
    • A statement that transfers ownership of the item from the seller to the buyer
    • A complete description of the item being purchased
    • A clause indicating the item is sold "as-is"
    • The item's price (including sales tax)
    • The form of payment

    When writing an item description, it's important to include all identifying features, such as the make, model, colour, and any identification numbers (serial numbers, odometer readings, etc.) or other notable markings.

    Do not use nicknames or trading names when recording the names of the seller and purchaser. Use the full legal name of an individual, or the official name of a company.

    In some jurisdictions, both the seller and the purchaser are required to sign the document. However, in most cases, the purchaser does not need to sign. You can check what's required in your jurisdiction, or have the purchaser sign to ensure the contract is valid in any case.

    Why is a Bill of Sale important?

    A Bill of Sale is used as evidence to prove an item was sold from one person to another. In the case of a dispute, the document can protect both the seller and the purchaser: the seller can prove the item was sold "as is," and the purchaser can prove payment was made in full.

    In addition, a Bill of Sale is useful when proving who is the legal owner of an item. For instance, if a car is sold without a Bill of Sale, the seller may be held liable for any fines or violations associated with the car. In some states, a purchaser might not be able to register the car without a Bill of Sale.

    A Bill of Sale may also be used as evidence for tax or insurance purposes.

    Related Documents:

    • Service Agreement: a contract used when a service provider offers his or her services to a customer in exchange for pay
    • Independent Contractor Agreement: an agreement that outlines the terms of a project, commitment, or job (e.g. build a fence) that an independent contractor (e.g. a carpenter) is hired by a client to complete
    • Share Purchase Agreement: a contract used for the sale of stock (or shares) between an existing shareholder of a corporation and another individual or corporation
    • Purchase of Business Agreement: a written contract used when an individual or business wishes to purchase all the shares or assets from a business

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