Wyoming Residential Lease Agreement
The Wyoming residential lease must follow all State laws (Article 12) and it establishes an agreement between a landlord and tenant for the use of habitable space. This type of contract usually lasts for a twelve (12) month period and is typically signed after the landlord verifies the tenant’s financial information with the rental application.
In Wyoming the landlord may charge as much as they want for the original deposit which is helpful in the case of a tenant’s credit profile not being to the owner’s standards.
- Lead-Paint – The landlord must give this form to the tenant if the housing unit was built before 1978.