The Livestock Bill of Sale should be used whenever cattle are sold by a seller to a buyer. These include private sales and auctions, and livestock includes many livestock such as cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens and other livestock. This form serves as proof of purchase and indicates who, what and when of the sale. The sale of livestock is intended for the transmission of the possession of a farm animal, including, but not, to: (cows), pigs, horses, chickens, chickens, etc. Buyers and sellers must agree on the basis of this document and agree on a sale date on which the animals will be presented together with the funds necessary for the transfer of ownership. The buyer is authorized and recommended to inspect or have examined by a third party the health of the animal between the date of the contract and the date of sale. In the absence of health problems, the sale is concluded after the exchange, the sales contract being approved (recommended with two (2) witnesses and / or notaries). Horse Bill of Sale – To enter into a contract for the purchase and sale of a horse. Perhaps you would also like to have a confirmation certificate from a notary public as additional insurance of the final terms of sale. Copies of the sales contract should be given to all parties for registration in the event of a dispute. Now that you know the Livestock Bill of Sale and what`s in it, it`s also important to know how to sell your livestock. Below we have a simple list of common backs and gifts when selling livestock.
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