2020 Wyoming Statutes
Title 1 - Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 20 - Property Exempt From Execution or Attachment
Section 1-20-106 - Exemption of Other Personal Property; Personalty Used in Livelihood; Appraisement.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 1-20-106 (2020)

1-20-106. Exemption of other personal property; personalty used in livelihood; appraisement.

(a) The following property, when owned by any person, is exempt from levy or sale upon execution, writ of attachment or any process issuing out of any court in this state and shall continue to be exempt while the person or the family of the person is moving from one (1) place of residence to another in this state:

(i) The family bible, pictures and school books;

(ii) A lot in any cemetery or burial ground;

(iii) Furniture, bedding, provisions and other household articles of any kind or character as the debtor may select, not exceeding in all the value of four thousand dollars ($4,000.00). When two (2) or more persons occupy the same residence, each shall be entitled to a separate exemption;

(iv) The value in a motor vehicle not exceeding five thousand dollars ($5,000.00);

(v) Not more than three (3) firearms not exceeding in all the value of three thousand dollars ($3,000.00) and their associated ammunition not to exceed one thousand (1,000) rounds per firearm.

(b) The tools, team, implements or stock in trade of any person, used and kept for the purpose of carrying on his trade or business, not exceeding in value four thousand dollars ($4,000.00), or the library, instruments and implements of any professional person, not exceeding in value four thousand dollars ($4,000.00), are exempt from levy or sale upon execution, writ of attachment or any process out of any court in this state.

(c) The value of the property selected by any debtor shall be ascertained by the appraisement of three (3) disinterested appraisers, to be selected and summoned by the officer claiming to levy upon, attach or sell the property. The appraisers shall be sworn by the officer to make a true appraisement of the value of the property.

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