Tag Archive: "Wyoming"
Wyoming Adopts Provisions Concerning The Uniform Consumer Credit Code and The Uniform Power of Attorney Act
The Wyoming Department of Audit, Division of Banking, adopted provisions regarding licensing fees, which are effective immediately.
Wyoming adopted provisions regarding the Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act. The provisions, effective on January 1, 2017, include validating electronic documents for recording, authorizing electronic recordings by county clerks, and providing that a county clerk who accepts electronic recordings of deeds, mortgages, conveyances, and other like documents, must establish procedures to govern the electronic […]
by Paul McSheffrey, J.D.The Wyoming legislature has recently adopted changes to the Uniform Trust Code with Enrolled Act No. 59. Section 4-10-504(g) has been added to clarify that a discretionary distribution from a discretionary trust creates no property interest in the beneficiary. There is no property interest created, regardless of whether the discretionary distribution is […]
by: Paul McSheffreyWith Enrolled Act No. 26, the Legislature of the State of Wyoming has amended its rules regulating notaries. The Act amends W.S. 34-26-302(a)(i) through (vii) to increase the amount of fees that a notarial officer may charge. Several notarial acts are affected including taking an acknowledgment, administering an oath or affirmation without a […]