It’s necessary to provide the correct type of Wyoming eviction notice to the tenant you’re removing from your property. If you don’t, the eviction could be overturned or take significantly longer to complete.
You must give your tenant the precise legal document for the situation, detailing a valid legal reason for the eviction under WY statutes. This will also affect how long you must give the resident as notice before they have to leave the property.
As seen below, there are a few different options in Wyoming when completing an eviction.
3-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Payment/Non-Compliance)
If the tenant fails to pay rent or violates the lease, you can serve them with a 3-Day eviction notice. This requires the tenant to either pay the rent owed, correct the breach, or quit the property within 3 days (W.S. § 1-21-1003).
Assuming the tenant pays the rent or fixes the lease violation within this time given, the notice will be null and void. However, if the payment isn’t made or the breach isn’t fixed, and they still refuse to leave, the landlord can sue the tenant in court.
30-Day Notice to Quit (Month-to-Month)
30 Day-Notice to Quit documents are used to evict month-to-month tenants or those who don’t have a fixed lease without providing any given cause. This allows the landlord to inform the tenant that they must vacate the property within 30 days or face a legal challenge.