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Q: I notified landlord regarding black mold nothing is getting done and he won’t have a professional come assess

He has sent 3 so call contractors none of whom are qualified. And the most recent one started tarring the walls down to more mold didn’t dispose of or treat just left on the bathroom floor and hasn’t come back in I’m concerned for my health an thought that a certified professional was... View More

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Q: Is it legal for a storage company to auction my unit with my motorcycle in it?

I have the title to my motorcycle, but a storage facility sold it along with the contents of my storage unit for non-payment. Do I still legally own my motorcycle because I still have the title? How can they sell it without a title?

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answered on Jan 21, 2024

In Wyoming, a storage company can legally auction the contents of a storage unit, including a motorcycle, for non-payment, provided they follow the state's lien laws and the terms of the storage agreement you signed. The fact that you hold the title to the motorcycle does not exempt it from... View More

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Q: Can my roommate put a camera in the living room without my consent?(WY)

My two other roommates and I both signed lease contracts. Another roommate agreed to the installation of the camera. I didn't sign anything and couldn't see the footage or manage the cameras. This camera has both audio and video capabilities, I'm not sure when it will be turned on.

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answered on Jan 12, 2024

In Wyoming, the legality of installing a camera in shared living spaces without consent may depend on the expectations of privacy and the terms of the lease agreement. Generally, individuals have a reasonable expectation of privacy in areas like living rooms, and recording audio without consent may... View More

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Q: I rented an apartment from my employer. I gave a 30 day notice that I was leaving my job at the same time…

I gave the owner 30 day notice of vacating the apartment. Last day was the 15th of December. I had to move up the last day of work to the 8th of December. The owner is now telling me that I have to move out 4 days after my last day of work. Is this something that he can do or do I still have tell... View More

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answered on Dec 4, 2023

In your situation, the terms of the lease agreement between you and your employer, who is also your landlord, are crucial. Generally, if you provided a 30-day notice as per the lease terms, you would typically be entitled to stay in the apartment until the end of that notice period, which in your... View More

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Q: Where to get printable writ of execution please.

I have the circuit court order

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answered on Aug 16, 2023

To obtain a printable writ of execution based on your circuit court order in Wyoming, follow these steps: Contact the circuit court's clerk's office where the order was issued and provide relevant case information. Fill out required forms with accurate details about the judgment and... View More

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Q: I own a motel and I allowed a man to stay with the promise he would pay when his disability was settled. He le

He left and paid part with a promise to make monthly payments. He hasn’t paid and I have a judgement against him. He says he doesn’t have to pay because he is disabled. Can I file fraud charges against him and have him arrested because he signed a promissory note that was witnessed? I am a... View More

Bruce Alexander Minnick
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answered on Aug 12, 2019

Sure, you can sue him for "fraud." However, it is unlikely you will prevail because you already have a judgment against him for the unpaid room rent.

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