2014 Wyoming Statutes
CHAPTER 1 - Notaries Public
32-1-105. Powers and jurisdiction.

WY Stat § 32-1-105 (2014) What's This?

32-1-105. Powers and jurisdiction.

(a) Repealed By Laws 2011, Ch. 113, 3.

(b) Repealed By Laws 2011, Ch. 113, 3.

(c) Repealed By Laws 2011, Ch. 113, 3.

(d) A Wyoming notary public may administer oaths or proofs of acknowledgment in a contiguous state if that state recognizes the Wyoming notary public's authority within that state to perform those acts. The administration of an oath or proof of acknowledgment performed in Wyoming by a notary public of a contiguous state has the same effect under Wyoming law as if that act were performed by a Wyoming notary public, if that contiguous state grants Wyoming notaries public similar authority within that state. To implement the purposes of this subsection, the secretary of state:

(i) May enter into agreements with contiguous states; and

(ii) Shall adopt rules and regulations pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act.

(e) In addition to the powers and authority granted to notaries by this chapter, every notary receiving a commission under this chapter shall be a notarial officer and have the powers and authority vested by the Wyoming Uniform Law on Notarial Acts, W.S. 34-26-101 through 34-26-304.

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