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bill of sale

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Business
bill of saleˌbill of ˈsale noun (plural bills of sale) [countable] technical  BBUYa written document showing that someone has bought something
Examples from the Corpus
bill of saleThen one day in 1742 the employer casually asked his clerk to write up a bill of sale for the woman.Keeping all that in mind, he somehow was able to complete the bill of sale.She succeeded on the bill of sale point but Russell J. went on to consider her second line of defence.
From Longman Business Dictionarybill of saleˌbill of ˈsale written abbreviation B/S, b/s noun (plural bills of sale) [countable]1LAWCOMMERCEan official document giving details of something that someone has boughtBritish ships can only be transferred by means of a bill of sale registered in the shipping register.2FINANCEPROPERTYin former times, a document used by money lenders to claim property if a loan was not repaidHe held a bill of sale over her furniture and put a man into her house to remove it.
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