2010 Wyoming Statutes
Title 1 - Code Of Civil Procedure
Chapter 4 - Abatement And Survival
CHAPTER 4 - ABATEMENT AND SURVIVAL
1-4-101. Causes of action that survive.
In addition to the causes of action which survive at common law, causes of action for mesne profits, injuries to the person, an injury to real or personal estate, or any deceit or fraud also survive. An action may be brought notwithstanding the death of the person entitled or liable to the same, but in actions for personal injury damages, if the person entitled thereto dies recovery is limited to damages for wrongful death.
1-4-102. Abatement of actions by death.
No action or proceeding pending in any court abates by the death of either or both of the parties thereto except as herein provided; an action for libel, slander, malicious prosecution, assault, assault and battery or nuisance shall abate by the death of either party.
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