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2018 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 1 - CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 21 - PROCEDURE AND ACTIONS
ARTICLE 5 - EXECUTION AND STAY THEREOF
SECTION 1-21-513 - Cases in which stay not allowed.
Universal Citation: WY Stat § 1-21-513 (2018)
1-21-513. Cases in which stay not allowed.
(a) No stay of execution is allowed in the following cases:
(i) On a judgment rendered against a circuit court judge for refusing to pay over money collected or received in his official capacity;
(ii) On a judgment rendered against a sheriff for failing to make return, making a false return or refusing to pay over money collected in his official capacity;
(iii) On a judgment against a surety for the stay of execution;
(iv) Where judgment is rendered in favor of a surety who has been ordered by judgment to pay over money on account of the principal;
(v) On a judgment obtained by a sheriff on a bond executed to him for the delivery of property.
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