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Sales Contract Forms
I am not an attorney but below is a form I have used to sell boats I have owned. It is a simple Bill of Sale. The Bill of Sale is a simple agreement between two parties so that a check can be given to hold the boat and the parties agree to proceed to closing. Closing can be done by the finance company, the seller does not even have to be there.
Here it is, hope is helps (you should be able to cut and paste into MS Word or other):
BILL OF SALE
And Legally Binding Agreement
********, referred to as "SELLER", sells, bargains and conveys all of SELLER''S right, title and interest in the following boat:
*************, Hull # ************* to:
__________________________________________________ ____, referred to as "BUYER",
his heirs and assigns, for a total price of: $___________________________________.
Seller acknowledges receipt of a total of $ ______________________ from BUYER as a deposit for the purchase price of the goods conveyed hereby.
********** warrants that there are no encumbrances on the goods sold, and that SELLER''s title to the goods is clear and merchantable.
The BUYER, _____________________________________, acknowledges examining the goods sold herein. The goods sold herein are used and sold "as is" and "where is." These goods are sold without warranty by the SELLER, including fitness for a particluar purpose or merchantability. The goods herein are not sold by a merchant in the field.
1. Sale of this vessel includes all materials on her at the time of sea trial and no others.
2. BUYER agrees to take possession and remove craft from the marina within 7 days.
3. SELLER agrees to sign and send title within 7 days of receipt from his bank
4. SELLER conveys Manufacturer’s warrantee on hull
5. Sale is contingent upon survey and sea trial.
6. The sale is final.
The parties agree to the terms and conditions stated herein: