A Wyoming 3-day notice to quit for non-compliance is a legal document that notifies a tenant of a breach in their lease agreement. Some landlords will allow tenants to correct minor violations, like disposing of waste properly. Other landlords may deem the violation incurable, meaning the tenant will have to move out after three days and won’t have the chance to fix their mistake.
If the landlord allows a tenant to address the issue, the tenant must resolve the problem within three days. If the tenant doesn’t fix the violation after three days and remains on the property, the landlord can initiate an eviction lawsuit.