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Wyoming Subcontractor Agreement

A Wyoming subcontractor agreement is a document that contractually binds a subcontractor to execute a task on behalf of a contractor. The subcontractor agreement establishes how the hired party will get paid, the job they've been hired for, the date by which it must be completed, and other important provisions.

Wyoming Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A Wyoming self-proving affidavit form is a sworn statement that is subscribed to by the testator and two witnesses of a last will and testament. The affidavit states that the testator executed their will freely and without undue influence, rendering it unnecessary for the witnesses to testify in court when the will goes to probate.

Wyoming Independent Contractor Agreement

A Wyoming independent contractor agreement dictates the terms and conditions of a project for a client and an independent contractor. The document typically covers compensation, liability insurance, expenses, confidentiality, federal and state taxes, and more.

Wyoming Security Deposit Demand Letter

The Wyoming security deposit demand letter is sent by tenants to landlords who have failed to comply with the state-mandated time limit for returning security deposits. Landlords are required to return the balance of a tenant's deposit to them, along with a written statement of any deductions, within thirty (30) days from the lease termination...

Wyoming General Warranty Deed Form

A Wyoming general warranty deed is a legal form that conveys and warrants property from a seller (grantor) to a buyer (grantee). The form is the best way possible to transfer real estate ownership as it guarantees that the title will be transferred in "fee simple," or free of any liens or encumbrances by the...

Wyoming Quit Claim Deed

A Wyoming quit claim deed is used to convey property between a grantor and grantee in an informal way, as it provides no warranty for the grantee. This form must be submitted to the Wyoming Office of the Recorder in the county where the property is located.

Wyoming Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Wyoming Real Estate Power of Attorney is a form that a Principal uses for the purpose of designating an Agent to handle any real property transactions, care, management, mortgage refinance, or any other real estate business. This document will require notarization. The Principal may revoke this document whenever they desire. Place the revocation into...

Wyoming Unsecured Promissory Note

A Wyoming unsecured promissory noteĀ is a signed promise that binds a lender and a borrower of a monetary balance into a contract requiring the borrower to reimburse the lender the balance plus interest in a timely and structured manner. This template does not include security, leaving the lender at an increased financial risk.

Wyoming Secured Promissory Note

A Wyoming secured promissory noteĀ binds a lender and a borrower in a contractual agreement, requiring the borrower to reimburse the lender in a predetermined timeframe. The note also requires the borrower to set aside an asset to be given to the lender in the case of a default.

Wyoming 3-Day Notice to Quit | Non-Payment & Non-Compliance

A Wyoming 3-day notice to quit (non-payment & non-compliance) is a legal document sent to a tenant in breach of a lease agreement for either failure to pay rent on time or violating terms within the agreement. The state of Wyoming does not require any sort of grace period, therefore the landlord may serve this...