A sale of goods contract will help to protect both parties by setting out the terms of your agreement, a description of what is being bought and the price.
What is a sales agreement?
Why do I need a sales agreement?
Record the sale of your products or personal items in a formal, legally binding contract, whether you are an individual or business.
In addition, if you are a business selling to a business this contract will also set out warranty terms and limitations on liability.
If you are selling to an individual (and you are an individual yourself), then a sale of personal goods contract will protect your agreement and set out key terms.
What is the difference between a sale of goods agreement and a bill of sale?
A Sale of goods agreement to a business can be used when you are supplying goods to another business.
A Sale of personal goods contract covers the sale of goods which are owned by the seller, the description of what is to be bought, and the price, including delivery fees. This document is only for England and Wales.
A Bill of sale is a document that legally records a transfer of the ownership of personal property. It is only for England and Wales. This document cannot be used when performing services. If services are involved (such as graphic designing or business consulting), you should use a general Services agreement.