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Frequently Asked Questions

Should I use a Bill of Sale or a Sales Agreement?The Bill of Sale should be used when a simple contract evidencing a sale is sufficient and you are providing the property "as-is without any warranties".

The Sales Agreement is more extensive than the Bill of Sale and should be used when you want a more detailed sale contract, want to provide warranties, or when full payment will be made after providing possession of the goods.
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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State of Washington
County: _______________

$____________ USD

Bill of Sale of Motor Vehicle

IN CONSIDERATION OF the sum of $____________  USD, inclusive of all sales taxes, paid by cash, the receipt of which consideration is acknowledged, ______________________ of ____________________ (the 'Seller'), SELLS AND DELIVERS to ___________________ of ____________________ (the 'Purchaser'),  the following motor vehicle (the 'Motor Vehicle'):




Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

Odometer Reading
__________ miles

Body Type

The Seller warrants that (1) the Seller is the legal owner of the Motor Vehicle; (2) the Motor Vehicle is free from all liens and encumbrances; (3) the Seller has full right and authority to sell and transfer the Motor Vehicle; and (4) the Seller will warrant and defend the title of the Motor Vehicle against any and all claims and demands of all persons.

The Motor Vehicle is being sold in an 'as is' condition and the Seller expressly disclaims all warranties, whether expressed or implied, including but not limited to, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Further, the Seller disclaims any warranty as to the condition or working order of the Motor Vehicle. The Seller does not assume, or authorize any other person to assume on the behalf of the Seller, any liability in connection with the sale of the Motor Vehicle. The Seller's above disclaimer of warranties does not, in any way, affect the terms of any applicable warranties from the manufacturer of the Motor Vehicle.

The Purchaser has been given the opportunity to inspect the Motor Vehicle or to have it inspected and the Purchaser has accepted the Motor Vehicle in its existing condition. This Bill of Sale will be construed in accordance with and governed by the laws of the State of Washington.

this 2nd day of September, 2014.




In the State of Washington, if the vehicle is less than 10 years old, both the Seller and Purchaser must state the mileage and sign either on the title (Vehicle Certificate of Ownership) or on an Odometer Disclosure Statement.

The State of Washington requires that their Odometer Disclosure Statement form be used.  As it is printed on tamperproof paper, it is not available online nor can it be faxed or emailed to you.

If you need a copy of the Odometer Disclosure Statement form, there are three ways to get it:

* Pick one up at any vehicle licensing office in the state
* Send a request with your name and mailing address to and they will mail it to you within 2 business days
* Call 306-902-3770 and they will mail it to you within 2 business days

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