Wyoming Statutes Title 17. Corporations, Partnerships and Associations § 17-29-103. Knowledge;  notice

(a) A person knows a fact when the person:

(i) Has actual knowledge of it;  or

(ii) Is deemed to know it under paragraph (d)(i) of this section or law other than this chapter.

(b) A person has notice of a fact when the person:

(i) Has reason to know the fact from all of the facts known to the person at the time in question;  or

(ii) Is deemed to have notice of the fact under paragraph (d)(ii) of this section.

(c) A person notifies another of a fact by taking steps reasonably required to inform the other person in ordinary course, whether or not the other person knows the fact.

(d) A person that is not a member is deemed:

(i) To know of a limitation on authority to transfer real property as provided in W.S. 17-29-302(g) ;  and

(ii) To have notice of a limited liability company's:

(A) Dissolution, ninety (90) days after articles of dissolution under W.S. 17-29-702(b)(ii)(A) and the limitation on the member's or manager's authority as a result of the statement of dissolution becomes effective;

(B) Reserved;  and

(C) Merger, conversion, continuance, transfer or domestication, ninety (90) days after articles of merger, conversion, continuance, transfer or domestication under article 10 of this chapter become effective.

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