Bummer v. Collier
In Bummer v. Collier, 864 P.2d 453, 457 (Wyo. 1993), the Wyoming Supreme Court construed its curative act, which applied to defects in the "formalities" of execution.
The Court held that the defect involved, "recording the pages of the property's legal description out of order," was not the type of error cured by the statute. Id.
The court held: "A proper legal description of the property affected by the recorded instrument does not constitute a formality, and thus the act will not cure an error in that description." Id.