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Wyoming Statutes Annotated

LexisNexis's Wyoming Statutes Annotated is the only official source for Wyoming primary law, fully annotated and updated through the latest legislative session.
Publisher: Michie
Print Book :12 volumes, softbound
2017 Edition
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ISBN: 9781522128939
Publisher: Michie
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Count on the Only Official Source for Wyoming Law

When statutory questions arise, experienced Wyoming practitioners know there is only one official source they can trust for answers: Wyoming Statutes Annotated from LexisNexis. This 12-volume set contains the entire statutory contents of the Wyoming Statutes, the Constitutions of the United States and Wyoming, the Organic Act, the Act of Admission, and statutory tables, all updated through the end of the latest legislative session. Also included are up-to-date annotations to judicial decisions, editor’s notes, amendment notes, and effective date notes--setting out useful statutory information beyond what is in the actual statute text.

LexisNexis replaces the entire set of Wyoming Statutes Annotated in odd-numbered years, merging the existing code with previous supplementary materials. A separate softbound supplement is issued in even-numbered years. Published within 90 days of receipt of all acts from the legislature, this fully updated set features the same high editorial quality you’ve come to expect from LexisNexis, in a convenient, softbound format that includes:

• The official state statutes, fully annotated
• 12 volumes, plus standalone supplement pamphlet in even-numbered years
• Comprehensive index, replaced annually
• Annotations based on all Wyoming cases and federal cases arising in Wyoming
• All case citations Shepardized for accuracy

LexisNexis® also provides a Wyoming Advance Annotation Service (AAS) at an affordable price. The AAS is published three times a year, providing annotations to the most current case law.

Table of Contents

Title 1 Code of Civil Procedure 

Title 2 Wills, Decedents' Estates and Probate Code 

Title 3 Guardian and Ward 

Title 4 Trusts 

Title 5 Courts 

Title 6 Crimes and Offenses 

Title 7 Criminal Procedure 

Title 8 General Provisions 

Title 9 Administration of the Government 

Title 10 Aeronautics 

Title 11 Agriculture, Livestock and Other Animals 

Title 12 Alcoholic Beverages 

Title 13 Banks, Banking and Finance 

Title 14 Children 

Title 15 Cities and Towns 

Title 16 City, County, State and Local Powers 

Title 17 Corporations, Partnerships and Associations 

Title 18 Counties 

Title 19 Defense Forces and Affairs 

Title 20 Domestic Relations 

Title 21 Education 

Title 22 Elections 

Title 23 Game and Fish 

Title 24 Highways 

Title 25 Institutions of the State 

Title 26 Insurance Code 

Title 27 Labor and Employment 

Title 28 Legislature 

Title 29 Liens 

Title 30 Mines and Minerals 

Title 31 Motor Vehicles 

Title 32 Notaries Public 

Title 33 Professions and Occupations 

Title 34 Property, Conveyances and Security Transactions 

Title 34.1 Uniform Commercial Code 

Title 35 Public Health and Safety 

Title 36 State Lands 

Title 37 Public Utilities 

Title 38 Sureties 

Title 39 Taxation and Revenue 

Title 40 Trade and Commerce 

Title 41 Water 

Title 42 Welfare