House Bill 23 signed by the governor March 1 and effective July 1 permits the Secretary of State to return rejected documents within 15 days instead of 5 days; send notices by regular mail or e-mail instead of certified mail
House Bill 31 (Chapter 22) signed by the governor March 3 and effective July 1, 2017 adopts the Uniform Securities Act.
Senate Bill 36 (Chapter 54) signed by the governor and effective March 4 amends the Limited Liability Company act to specify standards for imposing liability on members and managers and repeal a related provision.
House Bill 235 (Chapter 156) signed by the governor and effective March 9 permits foreign LLPs and registered LLPs to apply for reinstatement within 2 years after the date of administrative revocation.
Senate Bill 36 (Chapter 63) signed by the governor March 2 and effective July 1 amends the definition relating to personal identifying information.
The Wyoming Secretary of State posted business entity conversion information.
House Bill 14 (Chapter 65) signed March 10 and effective July 1, 2014 increases the filing fee for an application for certificate of authority from $10 to $25 and sets the fee at $75 for application of conversion. The bill
Wyoming enacted a significant non-uniform provision to UCC Article 9 that will affect all secured parties and UCC searchers. The governor signed House Bill 3 on February 14, 2013 to change the duration and effectiveness of UCC financing statements. View
Wyoming became the first state to enact the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9 during the 2013 legislative session. The governor signed Senate Bill 13 on Monday, February 11, 2013. Senate Bill 13 provides the Alternative B “Safe Harbor” approach
The Wyoming legislature introduced a bill to enact the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9 on Tuesday, December 4, 2012. Senate Bill 13 provides the Alternative B “Safe Harbor” approach for individual debtor name sufficiency in Section 9-503(a)(4), adopts a