Wyoming 3 Day Notice to Quit for Nonpayment of Rent Template

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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. The tenant will have three (3) days to either pay all the rent due to the landlord or face an eviction through a process called an “unlawful detainer”. The tenant may choose to pay the rent due and remain bound to their current lease agreement. If the tenant decides to move out and not pay the rent, they remain indebted to the landlord for the amount and will still be evicted from the premises.

When is Rent due? – No statute regarding rent due date in Wyoming; this should be discussed between the parties before a lease agreement is signed.

LawsW.S. 1977 § 1-21-1003

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