Effective July 1, the Wyoming Secretary of State allows for the registration of a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO). A DAO should be filed as an LLC with the additional designation of Decentralized Autonomous Organization. Visit the FAQ page provided by
Effective July 1, HB 27 creates a reinstatement process for foreign corporations, modifies and establishes filing response times, and provides for electronic service by the secretary of state. View info
Due to statutory changes that occurred during the 2021 legislative session effective July 1, 2021, the Business Division will enforce a cut-off time for accepting dropped off filings. The official cut-off time will be at noon on June 30, 2021.
Effective July 1, House Bill 126 authorizes series LLCs and allows an LLC to establish more than one designated series of members, transferable interests, or members in its operating agreement. http://www.wyoleg.gov/2018/Enroll/HB0126.pdf
Effective July 1, House Bill 23 allows the Wyoming Secretary of State up to 15 days to return rejected documents either by mail or email. http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2017/Enroll/HB0023.pdf
Effective June 3, House Bill 22 requires that all business entities provide and keep current with the Secretary of State’s office the registered agent, mailing address, physical address, and business telephone number of an officer or director of the entity.
Effective March 4, the purposes of imposing liability on any member of an LLC will be amended to include fraud, inadequate capitalization, failure to observe company formalities, and intermingling of assets and finances of the company. http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2016/Enroll/SF0036.pdf
The Wyoming Secretary of State is warning businesses of a false solicitation that is being sent to companies registered in the state. The mailing appears to be a form called “Annual Minutes Disclosure Statement” and asks that it be completed
Effective July 1, 2013, House Bill HB0003 will extend the duration a Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Financing Statement is active in Wyoming. Once the bill is in effect, a UCC filed on or after July 1, 2013 will be active
Signed by the Governor March 15 and effective July 1, House File 35 (Chapter 83) provides for a form of notarial act for business entities. http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2012/Enroll/HB0035.pdf