2020 Wyoming Statutes
Title 1 - Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 21 - Procedure and Actions
Article 8 - Arbitration
Section 1-21-801 - Procedure Generally.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 1-21-801 (2020)

1-21-801. Procedure generally.

Any civil cause pending before a judge may be submitted to the arbitration of three (3) men by agreement of the parties. Each party shall select one (1) arbitrator and the two (2) so selected shall choose the third. They shall be sworn by the judge and proceed in a summary manner to hear the cause. Any of the arbitrators may administer oaths, issue subpoenas for witnesses and compel their attendance, and punish for contempt. They shall make their awards in writing, any two (2) concurring being the award of all. The award shall be reported to the judge who shall enter judgment accordingly. The judgment is final unless it is made to appear to the judge within ten (10) days after the entry of judgment that the award was obtained by fraud, corruption or any undue means, in which case the judge shall set aside the award and the case shall stand for trial as though no award had been made.

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