2017 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 1 - CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 21 - PROCEDURE AND ACTIONS
ARTICLE 10 - FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER
SECTION 1-21-1008 - Trial by judge or jury; judgment and costs.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 1-21-1008 (2017)

1-21-1008. Trial by judge or jury; judgment and costs.

(a) If the action is not continued, the place of trial changed or if neither party demands a jury, upon the return day of the summons the circuit court shall try the action. If the circuit court concludes that the complaint is not true, the court shall enter judgment against the plaintiff for costs. If the court finds the complaint true, it shall render a general judgment in favor of the plaintiff for restitution of the premises and costs. If the court finds the complaint true in part, it shall render judgment for restitution of that part only and the costs shall be taxed as deemed equitable.

(b) If the case is one based on failure to pay rent, the court shall further find the amount of rent due and payable at the time of the hearing, together with the terms and conditions of the agreement between the parties in relation to the amount and time of payment of rent. If the trial is by jury the verdict shall contain a finding of these facts and the court shall recite such findings in the docket entry of proceedings. The court, upon these findings, in addition to entering judgment for the plaintiff to have restitution, shall render judgment in accordance with the findings for the amount of rent found due, together with costs and attorney's fees as provided by the lease, and shall issue execution separate from the writ of restitution for the rent found due and costs as in other actions.

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