2021 Wyoming Statutes
Title 34 - Property, Conveyances and Security Transactions
Chapter 23 - Museums - Loaned Property
Section 34-23-107 - Notice of Intent to Terminate Loan.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 34-23-107 (2021)

34-23-107. Notice of intent to terminate loan.

(a) A museum may provide notice of the museum's intent to terminate a loan:

(i) To a lender who has filed a notice of intent to preserve an interest;

(ii) To a lender who has not filed a notice of intent to preserve an interest if a lending agreement is still in effect; or

(iii) To a lender of property held pursuant to W.S. 34-23-102(f) if the lender has submitted written documentation that the deposit was a loan within the period provided by W.S. 34-23-102(f).

(b) The notice shall include a description of the property, the name, address and telephone number of the appropriate office or official to be contacted at the museum, and a statement containing substantially the following information:

"The records of ....(name of museum) indicate that you have property on loan to the museum. The museum intends to terminate the loan. You are required by law to contact the museum, establish your ownership of the property and make arrangements to collect the property. If you fail to do so within one (1) year following the date of notice, you will be considered to have donated the property to the museum as provided under W.S. 34-23-108."

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