The Wyoming three (3) day notice to quit, in regards to § 1-21-1003, must be used when a tenant has failed to pay rent. Three (3) days is the minimum amount of time required under Wyoming State law for a tenant to be able to pay the past due rent/vacate the unit before the landlord can file an eviction action. If the tenant does pay the past due rent/vacates the unit within the three day period, the landlord cannot file an eviction suit against them.
Note: The notice can only be served if the tenant is more than three (3) days late on the rent. Eviction cases are held in the Circuit Court of the county where the rental property is located.
How to Write
Step 1 – Put the name(s) of the tenant(s) at the top of the notice (in the “To” field).
Step 2 – Fill in the name of an authorized agent (if applicable) who the tenant may make the payment towards.
Step 3 – Enter the total amount of money that is due, and then enter the specific rental periods that the sub-amounts are due from.
Step 4 – Write the address of the rental unit (city, county, ZIP, street/unit number).
Step 5 – Enter who the payment should be made out to, and then fill out the address where it should be sent/delivered to.
Step 6 – Date the form (in the “Date” field at the bottom of the notice) and then sign your name (in the “Signature” input field).