Backstory......I'm in Ohio, I bought a trailer in Virginia at a dealership. The Virginia dealership put my name/address on back of MCO at time of purchase and notarized it. In Ohio, i simply take the MCO and B.O.S. to the license branch to register it and get plates. Fast forward 2 yrs and I just sold this trailer to a guy in KY (local to me). I sold it on a Sunday, he said don't worry about a notary, i have one..I said cool..... On the back on this MCO, there are about 6 lines for the new owners to put their name on and have it notarized as the trailer is sold/resold over the years. So i said just put your name on it, have it notarized by your notary and that's it and the trailer is officially yours. As KY peeps and I know, boat trailers, enclosed trailers, open trailers, etc...aren't registered and/or tagged in KY. Soooo, dudes dad takes MCO and my old registration to their County Courthouse (which is where all title transfers are done in KY) and they said I need to fill out a portion of the "APPLICATION FOR KENTUCKY CERTIFICATE OF TITLE OR REGISTRATION". I think that is all unnecessary. New owner puts his name in the box under the box with my name on the MCO that was notarized when i bought the trailer, and have it notarized. Am i missing something? I think the clerk just gave dude bad info as if he were trying to license a commercial tractor trailer or something.