A Wyoming 3-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent is a legal document warning a tenant to pay their overdue rent or face eviction. The landlord must wait three days after the rent is due to issue this notice.
Some landlords allow tenants to pay within three days and remain on the property. The tenant must pay the entire amount owed, including interest and late fees. If the landlord doesn’t want to allow the tenant to keep living on the property, they can wait for the statutory notice period to pass to initiate a forcible entry and detainer suit to regain possession of the leased property.