Bill of Sale Alabama Form

The Alabama bill of sale is a legal document that foresees the transfer of possession of property from one person to another. In this form, there is a grantor and grantee who are supposed to be knowledgeable on the transfer of the property. There is also the presence of a witness during the process. It is important to note that the property in question can be exchanged for traded items, money or other agreed items of the same value.

Bill of Sale Alabama Form

How to Fill the Alabama Bill of Sale

On the top of the form the name of the county should be filled.

The next section requires:

  • The name of the grantor
  • The name of the grantee
  • The consideration of the sum to be paid

The next section has the description of the property in hand.  It has an in depth details of the property and the rights by the grantor to sell among other agreements made by both parties.


This section requires the date the trade of the property was executed.

The name of the county and the notary as well as the date.

Having an Alabama bill of sale is the ideal way to close the deal between two parties legally. It is also crucial for both to have copies of the change of ownership.



Text version of this Form

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COUNTY OF _______________


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT, _______________________, grantor,

in consideration of the sum of Ten and No/l00 Dollars ($l0) in hand paid by ___________________,

grantee, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hereby grants, bargains, sells, and conveys unto

the grantee, grantee’s executors, administrators and assigns forever, the following described property:

[Property Description]

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same unto the grantee, grantee’s executors, administrators

and assigns forever. And the grantor, grantor’s heirs and assigns, do represent that grantor has a

good and lawful right to sell said property and does covenant and agree to and with the grantee,

grantee’s executors, administrators, and assigns, to warrant and defend title to the same against the

claims of all persons. The grantor further represents and warrants unto the grantee that there are no

liens, mortgages, judgments, or other encumbrances of any kind whatever against said property.

Grantor agrees to pay the costs of collecting and recovering under said warranties in the event of their

breach, including a reasonable attorney’s fee.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the grantor has caused this instrument to be executed and has

hereto affixed grantor’s hand and seal this _____day of ________________, l9___.



COUNTY OF________________

I, the undersigned Notary Public in and for said County and State, hereby certify that

________________________, whose name is signed to the foregoing instrument and who is known

to me, acknowledged before me on this day that, being informed of the contents thereof, [he or she]

executed the same voluntarily.

GIVEN under my hand and seal this ______ day of ____________, l9____.


Notary Public

My Commission Expires:

____________________________, 19 ___

Bill of Sale