2013 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 2 - WILLS, DECEDENTS' ESTATES AND PROBATE CODE
CHAPTER 3 - FIDUCIARIES
ARTICLE 1 - IN GENERAL
2-3-102. Bond required; sureties; form; amount; ascertaining value of property.


WY Stat § 2-3-102 (2013) What's This?

2-3-102. Bond required; sureties; form; amount; ascertaining value of property.

Except as provided by W.S. 2-3-111, every person to whom letters testamentary or of administration are issued shall, before receiving them, execute a bond to the state of Wyoming with two (2) or more sufficient individual sureties or one (1) sufficient corporate surety approved by the district court or the commissioner or clerk. The bond shall be joint and several and the penalty shall not be less than the value of the personal property, and the probable value of the annual rents, profits and issues of real property belonging to the estate. The value shall be ascertained by the district court or the above named officers by examining on oath the party applying and any other person. The sureties shall justify on written oath attached to the bond in an amount equal in the aggregate to the penalty thereof.

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