The most common bills of sale used in Wyoming are the general bill of sale, a bill of sale for a motor vehicle, a bill of sale for a boat, and a bill of sale for a gun.
Writing a Wyoming bill of sale is simple. You need certain information, including an accurate description of the item being sold. Every Wyoming bill of sale must include:
A general Wyoming bill of sale is used for any item that isn't described as a motor vehicle, boat, or gun. A general Wyoming bill of sale does not need to be notarized. It is used for your personal records. When it is completed, both the buyer and seller should keep several copies. Items should be described using the following information (if it is applicable):
Depending on the county you live in, you may be able to find an official Wyoming bill of sale. This is important because some counties require the form to be notarized. The bill of sale for a motor vehicle should include:
Other counties may require more information. That information may include the odometer reading, body style, and color.
A Wyoming bill of sale for a boat will need a description of the boat, but the information required varies in each county. It may also need to be notarized. It's important to contact your County Clerk to find out the requirements. Generally, a bill of sale for a boat includes:
A Wyoming bill of sale for a gun should include:
Many gun sales in Wyoming involve a trade. All guns involved in the trade should list the information above. A Wyoming bill of sale for a gun does not need to be notarized. It is a form for your personal records.
Sometimes a Wyoming bill of sale is required to register a motor vehicle. It differs from county to county. You'll need to contact your County Clerk to know for sure. You'll also need the title, an odometer reading for vehicles less than ten years old, and you may need a Wyoming Application for Title. You'll also need to be prepared to pay your registration fees.
Sometimes a Wyoming bill of sale is required to register a boat. Counties make their own rules related to the registration process. You should contact your County Clerk for more information. Generally, you need a bill of sale to prove ownership, the title, and a completed Application for Certificate of Title and VIN/HIN Inspection Form.
No, a Wyoming bill of sale is not required to register a gun. Guns are not registered in the State of Wyoming.