The Most Commonly Used Wyoming Lease Agreements
Residential lease agreements are the most commonly used leases in Wyoming. These include an annual standard lease, a month-to-month lease, a lease to own agreement, a roommate agreement, and a subletting agreement.
How to Write a Standard Wyoming Lease Agreement
To write a standard Wyoming lease agreement you’ll need to include:
- The date the lease is created
- The legal name of the landlord and the tenant
- The address of the property being leased
- The length of the lease, including the starting date and the ending date
- The amount that the tenant will pay in rent for the term of the lease, the amount the tenant will pay each month, where the rent payment should be made, when a late fee will apply, the amount of the late payment, and any NSF fee that will be applied
- The amount of money paid to the landlord as a security deposit
- Which utilities the tenant is responsible to pay
- The condition of the dwelling upon move-in
- How the tenant may request repairs
- What happens if the repairs are delayed
- Whether pets are allowed
- Whether the unit is furnished
- Whether satellite equipment is allowed
- Trash service
- What constitutes abandonment
- Whether the tenant must provide their own trash services
The lease agreement must be signed by the tenant and the landlord. The signatures should be dated.
What Disclosures Must Be Made in Wyoming Lease Agreements
Landlords must disclose if any fees are non-refundable in the lease agreement.
What You Need to Know about Wyoming Lease Deposits
There is no limit on how much a landlord in Wyoming may request as a security deposit. The landlord must return the deposit within 30 days of the end of the lease or 15 days after receiving the tenant’s new address, whichever is later.