Description : A Sales Agreement, also known as a Sales Contract or Sales of Goods Contract, is used to specify the terms of a transaction between two parties.
What can I use a Sales Agreement for?
You can use a Sales Agreement for purchasing/selling:
Goods: a physical item or possession (e.g. computer, air conditioner, car, exercise equipment, animals, etc.)
Services: performing duties in exchange for compensation (e.g. installing a dishwasher). If services are the only thing being provided, it is recommended you use LawDepot's Service Agreement.
Goods and Services: the purchase of both a physical item as well as supplying aid (e.g. a computer and installing the computer)
Real Estate: property, buildings, or land. If it is for the sale of a residential property, it is recommended you use LawDepot's Real Estate Purchase Agreement.
When creating your Sales Agreement, clearly describe the item and/or service. This should include a physical description and the quantity being sold.