2017 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 2 - WILLS, DECEDENTS' ESTATES AND PROBATE CODE
CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 4 - DISCLAIMERS
SECTION 2-1-401 - Right to disclaim.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 2-1-401 (2017)

2-1-401. Right to disclaim.

(a) Any person may disclaim any interest in property which without a disclaimer he would receive by gift, bequest, devise, inheritance, beneficiary designation, the exercise of a power of appointment or would pass by right of survivorship.

(b) Except to the extent a fiduciary's right to disclaim is expressly restricted or limited by another statute of this state or by the instrument creating the fiduciary relationship, a fiduciary may disclaim any interest in property which without a disclaimer he would receive by gift, bequest, devise, inheritance, beneficiary designation, the exercise of a power of appointment or would pass by right of survivorship, whether acting in a personal or representative capacity. A fiduciary acting under a power of attorney shall have the right to disclaim an interest in property if expressly authorized to disclaim the interest under the terms of the instrument creating the power of attorney.

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