A Wyoming lease termination letter is a legal document a landlord or tenant delivers to explain to the other party that the lease is ending. Wyoming state law doesn’t mandate a specific notice period for either party when terminating a lease. However, it’s considerate to give a notice equivalent to the length of the rental period, which is usually one month for periodic tenancies.
In your letter, include both parties’ names and contact information, the rental address, and the date of the original lease agreement. You should also note whether you’re terminating the tenancy immediately or within a specific number of days.
Governing Law — None.
Reasons to Use Notice to Vacate
Here are some reasons to administer a notice to vacate to a tenant:
- Property Use Changes: You may issue a notice to vacate if you intend to change how you use the property. For example, you may want a current tenant to move out so you can move into it and start living there.
- Renovations: If you want to perform major renovations that will make the property unliveable, you may ask your current tenant to vacate.