2021 Wyoming Statutes
Title 34 - Property, Conveyances and Security Transactions
Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Article 3 - Historic Preservation Rights
Section 34-1-302 - Conveyance; Acceptance by Grantee.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 34-1-302 (2021)

34-1-302. Conveyance; acceptance by grantee.

(a) An owner may convey a historic preservation right in real property to the state, any city, town, county, joint powers board or other political subdivision of the state or to a nonprofit corporation or trust whose primary purpose includes the preservation of buildings, structures or sites of historical, architectural or cultural significance.

(b) The conveyance of a historic preservation right pursuant to this section shall not take effect until the conveyance is accepted by the grantee. Acceptance of the right may be conditioned upon any requirements imposed by the grantee including compensation by the grantor for the management of the right.

(c) Any conveyance of a historic preservation right shall bind only the interest of the grantor. Any conveyance of a historic preservation right by a person with limited interest in the property shall only be valid to the extent it does not violate the provisions of the instrument under which such grantor holds his limited interest.

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