Why use a bill of sale?
You’re buying anything from a piece of jewelry to a refrigerator from a private party. While retailers routinely give you a bill of sale, an individual seller might not. Getting the sale in writing protects both parties: it proves that legal ownership has been transferred, and as a buyer, you can prove that you do own the property.
How Bradford can help
Use Bradford Publishing's Colorado-specific bills of sale to document transactions involving goods and farm animals.
If the sale is for a house, condo or property, see our real estate forms. We offer separate forms for buying or selling a vehicle.