At first blush, selling a personal item might sound like a simple task — find a buyer, agree on a price, and hand it over. However, for transactions involving tangible goods like a car or boat, it's not that straightforward. This brings us to the question, "What is a notarized bill of sale?"
Simply put, it's a legal document proving that an item was sold by one party to another and was authenticated by a notary public. This document is pivotal in protecting both parties from potential disputes or fraudulent claims in the future. Let’s see how to create a notarized bill of sale.