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Bill of sale
 

 

A document transferring title to goods (other than real property) absolutely or conditionally to another person. possession remaining with the person making the transfer. It is often used to raise money - the borrower retakes the title ivhen he repays the money. Bills of sale must be registered and are subject to the Bills of Sale Acts 1878 and 1882.

Reference: The Penguin Business Dictionary, 3rd edt.