Motor Vehicle title forms

Affidavit of Distributee

Not earlier than thirty (30) days after the death of a decedent, the legal heir(s) may apply for a title as long as the estate is under $200,000. A Certified Copy of Decedent’s Death Certificate is to be attached to this Affidavit along with the original title.

Use of this form does not constitute legal advice by any deputy of the County Clerk’s office. Affiant may be advised to seek legal advice.

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Affidavit of Facts

This Affidavit may be used to correct errors documented on Title applications. Please contact our office to ensure the use of this form will be acceptable.

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Affidavit of Repossession

This Affidavit is for the purpose of transferring ownership of described vehicle to said Secured Party through the issuance of a Certificate of Title by the Laramie County Clerk.

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Lien Release Statement

A Lien Release/Termination statement is completed by the lienholder/secured party once a lien has been paid in full.

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Odometer Statement

Effective Jan 1, 2021, odometer disclosure statements are required for vehicles model year 2011 and newer.

If there is no odometer statement on the certificate of title or if the statement does not read as follows: I hereby state that the odometer now reads _____(no tenths) and to the best of my knowledge reflects the actual mileage of the vehicle. The seller and buyer must both sign the odometer disclosure statement.

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Power of Attorney

For use by the Titles office only.

If a seller(s) cannot be present at the time title documents are signed, they can give someone the authority to act on their behalf by completing and signing a Power of Attorney form. The original POA form must be presented with the original certificate of title to complete any title transfers or name changes.

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Rebuilt Salvage Vehicle Decal

Salvage vehicle means any motor vehicle which has been wrecked, destroyed or damaged to the extent that it is declared a total loss by the insurance company or, in the event an insurance company is not involved in the settlement of the claim, sustains damage in an amount exceeding 75% of its actual retail cash value. Once a motor vehicle is declared a total loss, Wyoming requires the vehicle to go through the rebuilt process through WYDOT. For more information, click here.


Repossession Bill of Sale

State-assigned VIN

State-assigned vehicle identification numbers (VIN) are issued to homemade or rebuilt vehicles which do not have a VIN, and to vehicles with more than one VIN. For more information, click here.


Title Application/VIN Inspection Form

This form serves two purposes. The top portion is the Wyoming Title Application. The VIN/HIN inspection information is on the bottom half and is completed by law enforcement. Wyoming law enforcement agencies usually have these forms in their possession.

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Title - Lost/Duplicate

If you lose your title, you can apply for a duplicate by completing an application for duplicate title and submitting it to our office with the appropriate fee.

The application must include the following: 

  • Year, make and vehicle identification number.
  • Notarized signatures of any one person listed as owner on the face of the title.

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Warranty and Notarization Statement

When there are multiple owners on a certificate of title and one or more of the owners cannot be present to sign the original certificate of title, a warranty and notarization statement can be mailed for them to complete and sign. The properly signed and notarized form can be attached to the original certificate of title showing that all owners whose names appear on the title have agreed to sell the vehicle.

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