WhatsUpDoc Posted January 18, 2019 Report Share Posted January 18, 2019 Can anybody point me to a Florida Law or Federal CFR on the requirements on what exactly needs to be on a bill of sale? The reason I ask is because the Bill of Sale Porfolio has sent me during my request doesn't show any identifiers whatsoever. Also from what I've read Bill of Sales actually must be Notarized. Also I maybe a counter suit against them because they sent me a totally different bill that what is shown in the lawsuit. The Bill of Sale is dated July 19 while the Bill itself is Dated July 22. So, how can you have a Bill of Sale on a Bill that thats dated AFTER the Bill of Sale. In the lawsuit paper work I was served with the bill on their is totally different than what was sent to me today by their attorney. Do I have a FDCPA claim/suite? The Bill of Sale looks cheesy, like some guy on the street made it up. I am thinking of showing an example to the judge of how without any identifiers anybody can make up a simple bill of sale like this. I mean the freaking letterhead is actually a photo copy, no address, nothing on the letter head. Again no identifiers whatsoever!!! From here a Bill of Sale MUST have: Amount of consideration paid for the transfer of title and date of purchase. Name and address of Seller Name and address of Buyer Specific information about the asset being transfered from the seller to the buyer. Guarantee from the seller that the item is free from all claims and offsets. Any representations or warranties Signature of the seller(s) Signature of a notary public. I can tell you on the Bill of Sale itself there is NO: Amount, address of Seller no Buyer No Notary Public whatsoever... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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