Georgia Personal Property Bill of Sale

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The Georgia personal property bill of sale, as stated in Statute 44-5-31, allows individuals to exchange assets in return for trade (usually cash or check). It is recommended to have both buyer and seller details along with the information about the transaction entered into the bill of sale.

How to Write

The following fields need to be completed in order to have a valid bill of sale:

  • County of Sale
  • Seller’s Name
  • Purchase Price
  • Buyer’s Name
  • Description of Personal Property (if needed)
  • Vendee
  • Entity Name (if needed)
  • Seller’s Name
  • Witness and Signature Areas


  • If the Buyer and Seller do not know each other, it is best to verify any and all Serial Number(s) to make sure they are valid
  • Obtain identification (ID) from the other party