A Wyoming supersedeas bond is required of parties that seek a stay of execution on a judgment pending further proceedings or appeal. Pursuant to Rule 4.02 of Wyoming Court Rules, "an appellant that seeks a stay on appeal may file with the trial court a supersedeas bond in an amount as fixed by the court with an approved surety company. The Wyoming appeal bond must guarantee satisfaction of the underlying judgment together with costs, interest, and damages for delay, and to satisfy in full any modification of the judgment that the appellate court may award." Subsections b. and c. address those non-money judgments (not otherwise secured), to wit;
The Rule further stipulates that executors, administrators and guardians seeking a judgment appeal are not exempted from giving a supersedeas bond.
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