How a bill of lading form works
Bill of lading is a legal document which serves as a receipt of shipment when goods are delivered to the destination. The bill of lading form is a document which must accompany with the shipping goods and it has to be signed by an authorized representative from shipper, receiver and carrier. The bill of lading form consists of information such as the type of goods included in shipping, number of products and destination address. The form protects the seller, shipper and recipient.
How a bill of lading related to real estate
The bill of lading form is also known as “bill of sale” and it is a document which is written in detail about the transfer of land from one to another. The bill of sale remains a legal evidence and it has to be prepared carefully providing the information about the transaction and the vendor has transferred the right of assets in the bill of sale to the purchaser. The bill of lading form is quite complex and simple and it depends on various types of transaction. The form is basically a classic purchase receipt and it details the goods being sold to the buyer and the price is also mentioned, the buyer fixed to and paid for. Some things you must look for in bill of lading form:
- The full name, address and contact information of the mover.
- The time and date of pick up and delivery and the method of payment expected.