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.
A simple Wyoming bill of sale includes certain information about both the buyer and the seller:
A Wyoming bill of sale can be written in plain English. There’s no need for legal jargon or archaic terms. The important part is to make sure that the bill of sale includes the required elements. If you’re a party listed in a Wyoming bill of sale, make sure that you have more than one copy of the completed document.
Sometimes, yes. It varies from county to county. You'll need to contact your County Clerk's Office to know for sure. You'll also need the vehicle 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, yes. 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, which is available as a PDF online.
No. A Wyoming bill of sale is not required to register a gun. Guns are not registered in the State of Wyoming.