Wyoming Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

The Wyoming lease agreements are real estate legal documents that bind a willing lessor and lessee together for a period of time for either commercial or residential space. The typical process is a tenant reviews and approves space that they would like to occupy for monthly rent. Once the parties come to an agreement over the price for monthly payment along with any other related costs a lease should be drafted under the terms and conditions that were agreed upon. The landlord has the right to review the tenant with the rental application, but if that is not necessary the agreement can be signed and upon the first day of occupancy the tenant should be allowed to enter the premises.


The Wyoming three (3) day notice to quit is a document that is designated for tenants that are behind on their rent and is issued by a landlord, usually through legally serving it. The tenant will have the period of time to either pay all the monies due to the landlord or face an eviction through a process called an “unlawful detainer”. If the tenant decides to move out in the three (3) day period and not pay the rent…

The Wyoming commercial lease is a document used for the renting of retail, office, or industrial space between a landlord and tenant. A landlord will usually ask to see the tenant’s credentials with the use of the rental application before authorizing a commercial lease. This is mostly the case with “mom and pop” tenants and is not really used for larger companies or national brands. Commercial Lease Laws – Chapter 2.a Commercial Leases If it is a new business the landlord…

The Wyoming month to month lease agreement is much like a standard residential rental contract except that is does not have an end date. Therefore the term renews on the day payment is due until the next date. Therefore this agreement may be cancelled or altered with at least thirty (30) days’ notice or any other term agreed upon by the parties. The landlord is still encouraged, due to the fact that this agreement is bound to the same eviction…

The Wyoming rental application may be used for landlords seeking to verify the employment, background, and any references provided such as previous rental history. The landlord will usually require that the monthly rent is no more than one-third of the applicant’s take home pay. Otherwise the chance for late or non-payment becomes high risk. If the individual comes back as a “high-risk” renter due to their credit score or any other variable the landlord may request for a high security deposit…

The Wyoming residential lease must follow all State laws (Article 12) and it establishes an agreement between a landlord and tenant for the use of habitable space. This type of contract usually lasts for a twelve (12) month period and is typically signed after the landlord verifies the tenant’s financial information with the rental application. Security Deposits In Wyoming the landlord may charge as much as they want for the original deposit which is helpful in the case of a…

The Wyoming sublease is a document used for tenants that would like to rent out their residential unit while they are still under contract with the landlord. Under some circumstances the landlord must be notified of this arrangement, such as if the original lease between the landlord and tenant does not allow the act of subletting. Sublessor Liability The sublessor will be responsible for the sublessee for the following issues; Monthly Payment – If the sublessee does not pay the sublessor…

Residential Laws – Article 12 – Residential Rental Property

Commercial Laws – Chapter 2.a Commercial Leases

REQUIRED LANDLORD DISCLOSURES

Fees (1-21-1207) – If there are any fees that are non-refundable it must be accounted for in the lease. This also includes if any part of the security deposit is not refundable.

Lead Paint – Federal law that requires all tenants to be made aware of this type of paint in housing units built prior to 1978.

LANDLORD-TENANT LAWS

Security Deposits 

Maximum – There is no State cap. The landlord has the right to charge whatever they deem necessary.

Retuning to Tenant (1-21-1208) – The landlord must give back the security deposit within thirty (30) days of the tenant moving out of the property or fifteen (15) days of receiving a forwarding address, whichever is later.

Access to the Premises

There is no State statute that requires the landlord to give notice to the tenant prior to entering for common maintenance or any structural issue. Although the landlord should not abuse this power and always give a curtesy call before walking into the property.