Wyoming circuit court judges and magistrates no longer need to worry about surety bonds. A new law titled HB 123 was enacted and it abolishes the $5,000 surety bond requirement for circuit court judges and the $1,000 surety bond requirement for magistrates.
The environment and its wellbeing has been a hot topic for the past few years and it doesn’t seem to be losing popularity. The effects of this trend are obvious from battery powered cars to green buildings. Following the clean energy movement is a huge Wyoming wind turbine energy project which some are concerned won’t read more »
In the state of Wyoming, there were a couple changes when it comes to surety bonds in the last few months. The first change concerns circuit court judges and magistrates. A new law, named HB 123 repeals the original $5,000 surety bond required of circuit court judges and the $1,000 surety bond required of magistrates. read more »
Wyoming State presented a new law concerning vehicle title bond requirements. The new law is named SB 58 and requires a surety bond in relation to an application for a duplicate vehicle title to substitute the original title when it has been misplaced. The surety bond must be in a quantity equivalent to twice the read more »
A new law was presented concerning vehicle rental agencies within the State of Wyoming. The new law is named SB 57 and produces a penalty for rental vehicle agencies failing to present the required reports detailing all collected surcharge fees or if the agency was functioning without a valid rental vehicle agency certificate. These violations read more »