2021 Wyoming Statutes
Title 29 - Liens
Chapter 7 - Personal Property
Article 3 - House Trailers
Section 29-7-301 - Persons Entitled to Lien; Notice and Priority Thereof; Removal of Trailer by Lienor; Exception; Enforcement and Foreclosure of Lien; "House Trailer".

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 29-7-301 (2021)

29-7-301. Persons entitled to lien; notice and priority thereof; removal of trailer by lienor; exception; enforcement and foreclosure of lien; "house trailer".

(a) Any person leasing or renting space for a house trailer site shall have a lien on any house trailer thereon situated for unpaid lease or rental payments and for other unpaid charges due the lessor under the terms or conditions of any lease or rental agreement. The lien shall be effective after the lessee has defaulted in payments as provided in the written rental or lease agreement. Notice of the lien shall be given by the lessor by causing notice in writing to be posted conspicuously on the mobile home. The lien provided by this section shall have priority over all other liens except a previously perfected security interest in the mobile home.

(b) At any time after thirty (30) days after notice is given the lessor may remove the house trailer from the leased or rented site and retain the lien as provided by this section. On removal, reasonable charges for the removal and storage may be assessed against the house trailer.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, a house trailer shall not be removed pursuant to this section if it is occupied by the lessee. In this case the lessor has a remedy at law.

(d) The lien provided by this section may be enforced and foreclosed as security agreements are enforced under W.S. 34.1-1-101 through 34.1-10-104.

(e) As used in this section "house trailer" shall be defined as in W.S. 31-5-102(a)(xv).

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