2018 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 29 - Liens
SECTION 29-2-104 - Lien upon leaseholds; foreclosure; removal of improvements.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 29-2-104 (2018)

29-2-104. Lien upon leaseholds; foreclosure; removal of improvements.

(a) Every building or improvement or any material furnished for use upon any leased property shall subject the leasehold interest to the lien provided by this chapter.

(b) A lien claimant may:

(i) Proceed to foreclose a lien upon the leasehold subject to the limitations of W.S. 29-2-101(a), (b) and (c); or

(ii) Seek an order from the court for removal of any improvement. Upon establishing that the property will be in the same or similar condition as prior to the performance of the work for which the lien is claimed, the court may authorize the removal. The party foreclosing the lien may be entitled to reasonable costs for removing any improvements or for restoring the property to its previous condition.

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