2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 1 - Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 21 - Procedure and Actions
Article 7 - Trial of Property Rights in Property Seized on Execution or Attachment
Section 1-21-701 - Notice and Time of Trial.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 1-21-701 (2019)

1-21-701. Notice and time of trial.

When an officer levies on property claimed by any person other than the party against whom the execution issued, the claimant shall give three (3) days notice of objection in writing to the plaintiff or his agent. If the plaintiff or his agent cannot be found within the county, the notice shall be served by leaving a copy at his usual place of abode in the county, or if no place of abode exists then by leaving notice at the court, stating the time and place of trial to determine the right to the property. The trial shall be held before a circuit court in the county at least one (1) day prior to the time appointed for sale of the property.

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