Wyoming Month-to-Month Lease Agreement


The Wyoming Month-to-Month Lease Agreement is a written document used for renting to tenants on a short-term basis, referring to the fact that the agreement exists for only one (1) month at a time. At the end of the thirty days, the agreement automatically renews. This renewal process continues automatically until the lessees (tenants) or lessor (landlord) decides to end it (or the lessees stop making payments or breach the lease contract).

In order to legally end the agreement, either the tenant(s) or the property manager needs to provide the other party with a written notice. Wyoming is one of the few states that does not have statutes regarding periodic tenancies. Because of this, the landlord needs to specify the length of time that the tenant(s) and themselves need to provide in order to end the contract. The recommended notice is thirty (30) days although any notice requirements can be used.

State Laws

Statute: No statute.

Required Notice to Terminate: None. The recommended notice is thirty (30) days and should be specified by the rental agreement.

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