The Wyoming Bill of Sale Forms considered legal documents that record the legal sale and purchase of various items. These forms will provide information regarding the change of ownership, identification information pertaining to the sale item as well, information with regard to the buyer and seller. Some documents may require notarization.
Automobile Bill of Sale – This document would be used to provide proof that a motor vehicle has been legally sold and purchased. This form may be required as part of the registration process.
Firearm Bill of Sale – This document will prove the legal sale and purchase and act as a receipt for the transfer of a gun.
General Bill of Sale – Use this form if you are private parties selling and buying personal property.
Vessel Bill of Sale – This form would be used to prove the legal sale and purchase of a boat.
Wyoming Automobile Registration Forms
- You must provide a copy of your vehicle title or title number
- A bill of sale
- Proof of identification
- You will be required to produce a Current registration from your previous state (if any).
- You must provide proof of auto insurance that is current
- If your vehicle is being financed or has a lien on it, you will need your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
- If you’ve purchased a vehicle from a dealership, you will need to have a copy of the dealer’s invoice
- If you’re leasing a vehicle, you must provide the copy of a signed lease
- You will need to complete an Application for Certificate of Title and VIN/HIN Inspection (MV-300A)
- You will require a weight slip if you’re registering a Pick-up truck, Motor home or Trailer unless it’s a pull-behind camper trailer or any horse trailer that has living quarter provided
- Be prepared to pay all fees and taxes at the time of registration
Wyoming Vessel Registration Forms
- You must send a completed Wyoming Watercraft Application.
- You must also send a copy of your notarized bill of sale.
- A copy of your Wyoming Sales/Use Tax receipt is also required
- You must send fee payments with your documentation by check or money order. You may locate a fee reference on the application.