2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 29 - Liens
Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Article 3 - Practice and Procedure
Section 29-1-314 - Liability for Failure to File a Notice of Satisfaction.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 29-1-314 (2019)

29-1-314. Liability for failure to file a notice of satisfaction.

In addition to any actual damages, any lien claimant refusing or neglecting to file the notice of satisfaction as provided in W.S. 29-1-313 within thirty (30) days after payment, and after having received by certified or registered mail a request in writing to file the notice of satisfaction, is liable for damages of not less than one-tenth of one percent (.10%) of the original principal amount of the debt per day from the date the lien claimant receives the written request to file a notice of satisfaction, until the lien claimant files a notice of satisfaction. The damages authorized by this section shall not exceed one hundred dollars ($100.00) per day.

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