2022 Wyoming Statutes
Title 2 - Wills, Decedents' Estates and Probate Code
Chapter 15 - Absent Beneficiaries
Section 2-15-105 - Agent to Render Annual Account; Information to Be Shown; Hearing; Court May Order Sale of Property.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 2-15-105 (2022)

2-15-105. Agent to render annual account; information to be shown; hearing; court may order sale of property.

(a) The agent shall render an annual account to the court appointing him showing:

(i) The value and character of the property received by him, the portion thereof is still on hand, the portion sold and the proceeds of sales;

(ii) The income derived from the property;

(iii) The kind and amount of taxes and assessments imposed and whether paid or unpaid;

(iv) Expenses incurred in the care, protection and management of the property and whether paid or unpaid.

(b) When filed, the court may examine witnesses and take proofs in regard to the account. If satisfied that it will be for the benefit of the persons interested therein, the court may order a sale to be made of the whole or such parts of the real or personal property as appears proper and the purchase money to be held by the agent in a fiduciary capacity subject to the provisions of the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act, W.S. 34-24-101 through 34-24-140.

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