Title purpose only and no title issued.
Application for certificate of ownership required.
Assessment criteria for penalty fee.
Stolen vehicle check required for certificate of ownership.
Owner name and address—Recorded on the vehicle record—Application for certificate of ownership.
Name and address—Change of address.
Names separated by the words "and," "or," or the slash symbol "/."
Ownership in joint tenancy.
Vehicles held in trust.
Multiple legal owners.
New vehicles—Manufacturer's statement/certificate of origin.
Vehicles from a state or country other than Washington.
Department temporary permit.
Certificate of vehicle inspection.
Model year—How determined.
Replacement Washington certificate of ownership.
Ownership in doubt—Bonded title or three-year registration without title.
Erasures, alterations, and incorrect information.
Signature of registered owner on application—Exceptions.
Forms of signature.
Certification of signature.
Vehicle sold—Reported stolen—Liability if abandoned.
Application for certificate of ownership for abandoned vehicles.
Law enforcement sale.
Personal property lien—Chattel.
Personal property lien—Landlord's lien for rent.
Personal property lien—Self-service storage facilities.
Transfer by court order.
Acquired from United States government.
No application required.
Application in dealers name.
Delivery of vehicle on dealer temporary permit.
Obtaining dealer temporary permits.
Assembled and homemade vehicles.
Destroyed or wrecked vehicle—Reporting—Rebuilt.
Elimination of manufactured home certificate of ownership (title)—Eligibility.
Vehicle seller's report of sale.
Vehicles brands and comments.
Odometer disclosure statement.