bill of sale


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  • noun

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a deed transferring personal property

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Logbook loans are secured under a Victorian law called the Bill of Sales Act, which offers much less protection to consumers than other forms of credit.
Inside the ledger, as water-damaged, stained, and unreadable as the ledger pages, she finds the bill of sale for her legendary great-grandmother, whose name no one in Willow Springs knows.
We are offering a free Bill of Sale service until the beginning of March as a way of letting users familiarize themselves with the comprehensive suite of product and service offerings instaVIN has available to help them buy or sell a car.
Beck, 62, was convicted of two counts of failure to prepare a bill of sale, and Manning, 67, was convicted of two counts of failure to prepare an iodine bill of sale and one count of selling more than 8 ounces of iodine to an individual in a 30-day period.
The bill of sale is on record, and future generations will learn from it that women were articles of traffic in New York, late in the nineteenth century of the Christian religion.
The original Faberge bill was recently discovered in the Russian State archives, and was published in the Christie's catalogue marking the first time a bill of sale for a Faberge Imperial egg ever has been published.
The first bill of sale was executed and delivered on December 31, 2009, and included all the Concessions and all the assets relating to the Zaragoza Project.
As a direct result of the new openness in the former Soviet Union, the original Faberge bill has been discovered recently in the Russian State archives and will be published in the Christie's catalogue -- it will be the first bill of sale for any Faberge Imperial egg ever to be published.
Armed only with Miranda's walking stick (a symbol of power) and the ancient ledger which contains within it the partially erased bill of sale (history and knowledge), he is to go to the nest of the brooding hen--the object he most fears--and bring back to Miranda "'whatever [he] find[s]'" (295).
People can recover their goods by identifying a distinguishing mark, photograph, bill of sale or the item's serial number.
After more than three days of deliberation, the nine-man, three-women Lancaster Superior Court jury convicted Armitta Granicy, 60, of one count of failure to prepare a bill of sale for iodine.
It's a little touch, but a separate bill of sale can provide tax advantages for the buyer at closing time.
The defendants say they have complied with the law by getting the signatures of customers on the bill of sale.
The defendants say they complied with the law by getting the signatures of customers on the bill of sale.
The defendants say they have complied with the law by getting the signatures of customers on the bill of sale and that under the new law they are being asked to track and stalk their customers.