2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 1 - Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 10 - Tender and Offer to Confess Judgment
Section 1-10-103 - Offer to Confess Judgment Before Action Brought.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 1-10-103 (2019)

1-10-103. Offer to confess judgment before action brought.

Before an action for recovery of money is brought against any person, he may go into the court of competent jurisdiction in the county of his residence or the county in which the person having the cause of action resides, and offer to confess judgment in favor of the claimant for a specified sum. If the claimant, having such notice as the court deems reasonable that the offer will be made, its amount, and the time and place of making it fails to attend and accept the confession, or if he attends and refuses to accept it and afterwards commences an action upon the cause and fails to recover more than the amount offered to be confessed, with interest from the date of the offer, he shall pay all the costs of the action.

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