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noun

a document transferring title in personal property from seller to buyer. Abbreviation: b.s., B.S., b/s

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Origin of bill of sale

First recorded in 1600–10
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bill of sale

noun

law a deed transferring personal property, either outright or as security for a loan or debt
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