JennaKravitz LV.5 Lurker
Mar 5, 2023, 02:48 AM 30 read

As-Is (No Warranty) Bill of Sale


Hey everyone, I have a question about an As-Is (No Warranty) Bill of Sale.   I'm trying to sell my car privately and I've been told that I should use this type of bill of sale.   Can anyone explain what it is and why it's important?

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  • Jestixty LV.2 Lurker Mar 5, 2023, 06:05 AM

    Hi there, an As-Is (No Warranty) Bill of Sale is a legal document that transfers ownership of a vehicle from the seller to the buyer without any warranty or guarantee. Essentially, it means that the buyer is purchasing the car 'as is' and accepts any existing issues or problems with the vehicle. It's important to use this type of bill of sale when selling a used car privately because it protects the seller from any legal claims or disputes that may arise later. You can find it at

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  • Jestixty LV.2 Lurker Mar 7, 2023, 07:38 AM

    As-Is (No Warranty) Bill of Sale is definitely important when selling a car privately. However, it's also important to be upfront and honest about any known issues with the car.

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