Wyoming Statutes Title 1. Code of Civil Procedure § 1-21-1015. Rents to be deposited on appeal

(a) In appeals from the judgment of a circuit court for rents due and payable, in addition to the bond required by W.S. 1-21-1014 , the appellant shall deposit with the court the amount of rent specified in the judgment.  Unless the deposit is made, the appeal is not perfected and proceedings upon the judgment shall be had accordingly.  If the appeal is perfected, the court shall transmit the deposit to the clerk of the appellate court with the papers in the case.

(b) Thereafter, when the rents become due, the appellant shall deposit them with the clerk of the appellate court.  If at any time during the pendency of the appeal and before final judgment the appellant fails to make any deposit of rent at the time specified in the judgment appealed, the court in which such appeal is pending shall, upon such fact being made to appear, and upon motion and proof of such fact by the appellee, the appellate court shall affirm the judgment appealed from with costs.  Proceedings shall thereupon be had as in like cases determined upon the merits and the rent money deposited paid to the plaintiff or his assignee upon order of the court.

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