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Doug G
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Receipts

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When selling a vehicle (I have just sold 5) what do you put on your receipt?

Here is an example of one of mine.

RECEIPT

I, Doug G****, as owner the Moke vehicle confirm that there is no lien, loan or other charge or interest in this vehicle and that I own it free and clear:
Moke Colour Chassis/VIN #
PA 9661 Orange R19MR1MA1EW004035
confirm that there is no lien, loan or other charge or interest in this vehicle and that I own it free and clear and hereby acknowledge receipt of Bank Draft # XXXXXXXXXXX in the amount of **** thousand East Caribbean Dollars (EC$ xx,000.00) full and final payment from Mr Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx for the purchase for the above vehicle that is sold in the ‘as is’ condition with no guarantee or warranty, given, expressed or implied.


Signed Date : . . . . . . . . Time : . . . . . . .

. . . . . . .

Doug G



. . . . . . .
Witness Signature, name and address
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I put the 'time' in because they may drive it away without insurance (plus it is unlicensed) and get into an accident
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Received £XXXX for (enter vehicle here) with thanks.

N. Sykes.
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Nigel(no top)Sykes wrote:
Tue Nov 16, 2021 18:09
Received £XXXX for (enter vehicle here) with thanks.

N. Sykes.
Certainly short and sweet.

I like to ensure and prompt that there is no basis for future argument by including "vehicle that is sold in the ‘as is’ condition with no guarantee or warranty, given, expressed or implied."
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Caveat emptor. So once you’ve paid your money that’s that.
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I suspect that you have not had much experience with lawyers. :lol:
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I truly have. £5 a minute and won me nowt…..but then again no one paying a few thou for a second hand thing is going to that expense.
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Nigel(no top)Sykes wrote:
Thu Nov 18, 2021 5:49
I truly have. £5 a minute and won me nowt…..but then again no one paying a few thou for a second hand thing is going to that expense.
That is a rather expensive lawyer (£5.00x60x60) £18,000.00 an hour 8)
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I don’t think your maths add up there :lol:
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