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Bill of Sale Requirements in Wyoming

WY Bill of Sale

A bill of sale is a document recording the transfer in ownership of a vehicle from one person to another. Wyoming requires a bill of sale when you're selling or buying a vehicle to or from a private party, i.e. not a dealership. Since Wyoming's vehicle services are handled by each county separately, check with your county treasurer's office to see if they provide a bill of sale and if they require a bill of sale you use to be notarized.

NOTE: While a bill of sale is not required from a dealership, you will still need a proof of purchase. This is typically the dealer's invoice OR a bill of sale.

Filling out a Wyoming Bill of Sale

Many of these counties, especially the more populated ones like Teton, Laramie, and Natrona, have a slew of official forms available to make the title transfer process less complicated. However, other counties do not, leaving a seller to furnish a makeshift Bill of Sale or other forms.

The key components necessary on a Wyoming Bill of Sale include:

  • Purchase price.
  • Vehicle identification number (VIN).
  • Make.
  • Year.
  • Buyer and seller names and signatures.
  • Notarization essentially sealing the deal with an official witness.
    • This is not required but highly recommended.

Generic Bill of Sale

To assist you in finding a form, we provide a free, printable, generic bill of sale form for your use.

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