A Wyoming month-to-month rental agreement is a lease that renews a tenancy monthly. It continues to renew until either the landlord or the tenant decides to terminate it. This lease type is useful for tenants who don’t plan to remain in the same location for an entire year and for landlords who want to fill a unit short-term.
Once both parties sign this document, Wyoming landlord-tenant laws protect their rights and guide their responsibilities. For instance, landlords must provide tenants with a safe place to live, and tenants must make timely payments and follow the rules within their lease.
Minimum Termination Period: Wyoming law doesn’t outline a minimum notice period for termination for tenants or landlords. However, it’s customary for either party to provide at least 30 days’ notice if they want to terminate their lease.
Law: No statute.