A Wyoming month-to-month lease agreement is a periodic rental arrangement between a landlord and tenant that renews monthly with the payment of rent. This type of lease provides flexibility to landlords and tenants who aren’t well-served by a fixed-term agreement and the commitment it entails. For example, it may be used if the tenant is not planning on staying in the same location for a full year or if the landlord only needs to fill a rental unit temporarily.
Wyoming has no laws regarding the termination of monthly leases; therefore, the landlord and tenant should make sure that the notice period for non-renewal is established in the rental contract. Generally, thirty (30) days’ notice is recommended as a matter of basic courtesy to the other party.
Notice for terminating – Not mentioned in state statutes.
Tenant screening – Wyoming Rental Application
Property owners of buildings that were constructed prior to 1978 are required to complete this form disclosing the health risks associated with lead-based paint.
A lease agreement must state whether a tenant’s security deposit is non-refundable and a written notice disclosing this fact must be provided to the tenant as they are paying the deposit.