Updated on May 3rd, 2023
A Wyoming notice to enter informs a tenant that their landlord will require access to their residence for a particular purpose. Landlords may access a rental unit to make necessary repairs, perform inspections, or exhibit the property. In addition to listing the reason for entry, the notice will communicate the date and time and relay that the tenant can contact the landlord to reschedule.
State law doesn’t require the landlord to provide any notice before entering a rental unit. The lease will determine the amount of notice, if applicable.
Tenants cannot unreasonably refuse their landlord from entering the premises to do any of the following:
- Make repairs
- Inspect the property
- Showing the unit for rent or sale
Statutes: § 1-21-1205(a)(iii)