2020 Wyoming Statutes
Title 29 - Liens
Chapter 8 - Agricultural Producer's Liens
Section 29-8-108 - Damages, Fees, Costs and Injunctive Relief.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 29-8-108 (2020)

29-8-108. Damages, fees, costs and injunctive relief.

(a) A producer who suffers damages because of a violation of this act may obtain appropriate legal and equitable relief, including damages, as a suit in common law pursuant to the Wyoming Rules of Civil Procedure.

(b) In any action by a producer to enforce a perfected lien created by this act, the court shall award the producer who is the prevailing party reasonable attorneys' fees and other litigation costs and expenses. The payment of any such award shall be secured in the same manner as a lien created and perfected under this act.

(c) In order to obtain injunctive relief, a producer is not required to post a bond, prove the absence of an adequate remedy at law, or show the existence of special circumstances, unless the court for good cause otherwise orders. The court may order any form of prohibitory or mandatory relief that is appropriate under principles of equity, including but not limited to, issuing a temporary or permanent restraining order.

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