Bill of Sale

DISCLAIMER The form provided is not specific to any area, region. THESE FORMS ARE NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR LEGAL ADVICE. YOU MAY WANT TO CONSULT WITH AN ATTORNEY REGARDING ANY TRANSACTION TO DETERMINE WHETHER THERE ARE ANY LAWS UNIQUE TO YOUR PARTICULAR JURISDICTION. The laws in each jurisdiction and the application and impact of individual jurisdiction laws can vary widely given the changing nature of laws, rules and regulations. The form is made available to you on the express condition and understanding that US Arabian Horse Registry is not engaged in rendering legal or other professional advice or services to you. The forms should not be used as a substitute for consultation with an attorney or other competent professional adviser. While we have made every attempt to provide comprehensive forms, US Arabian Horse Registry is not responsible for any errors, omissions or for any adverse result from the use of the forms.

For This Bill of Sale to be used, it must be downloaded, printed out, completed and notarized by a Notary Public and then sent ONLINE to the USAHR.

The Horse Bill of Sale, or ‘equine’ is a legal document that details a transaction between two (2) parties with regard to the purchase/sale and therefore, change of ownership of a horse. This Bill of Sale can be used in sale of semen and embryos/oocytes with all the disclaimers in affect. Should the animal require a health examination, prior to a complete purchase, it’s likely a deposit will be required. Should the parties move forward with the sale of the animal, the deposit amount will be deducted from the balance due. USAHR does not offer this form as any legal document; use strictly at your own discretion.

As the document is completed and the signing parties have provided identification, the notary will provide their required information and acknowledgment. NOTE: While the form may use the word State, Jurisdiction, is the correct term.


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