Definition of bill of sale in English:

bill of sale

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noun

A certificate of transfer of personal property, used especially where something is transferred as security for a debt.
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  • The wife has produced no documentation such as a bill of sale or a transfer of title document to confirm the alleged sale price of $12, 000.00.
  • EU legislation means that every boat and trailer must have its bill of sale, Vat receipt and CE approval certificate.
  • By the same token, a mortgagee of the goods who registers his bill of sale or, where the debtor is a company, his charge, is bound to defeat the claim of the creditor to whom the goods are hypothecated.

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