Wyoming Month to Month Rental Agreement Form

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The Wyoming Month to Month Rental Agreement is an agreement that is designed to be used by a landlord that is willing to rent to a tenant on a monthly basis. This document will allow the tenant to continue to rent from the landlord as long as their rental payments remain on time and the property is properly cared for. With this document, there will be a commencement date but there is no expiration date. Since there is no state requirement for either party to provide notice to the other, the parties must consider creating a written notice to vacate the premises as a form of termination of the contract. This would benefit both parties. The tenants must read and agree to all sections of the agreement. If it’s difficult to understand, consider consulting with a knowledgeable attorney.

Minimum Termination Period – None. 30 days is recommended.

Laws – No Statute.

How To Write

Step 1 – Parties – Enter the following at the top of the document:

  • The landlord’s name
  • The tenant’s name(s)
  • The date of preparation of the document in mm/dd/yyyy format

Step 2 – Premises – Enter:

  • The street address
  • The city where the property is located

Step 3 – Lease Term – Provide the following:

  • The amount of the monthly rental payment
  • The address where the rent payment is to be delivered

Step 4 – Late Charges – Landlord must enter:

  • The day of the month when the rent is considered to be late
  • The amount that will be charged daily, for late charges

Step 5 – Insufficient Funds

  • Enter the amount to be charged to the tenant(s), should a check be returned due to insufficient funds

Step 6 – Security Deposit – The landlord must specify:

  • The amount of the security deposit to be paid upon signing of the document
  • Tenant’s must read the remainder of this section to understand how the security deposit will be returned

Step 7 – Titled Sections – The tenant(s) must read and agree to all sections of the agreement as follows:

  • Default (landlord must enter the number of days the tenant(s) would have to cure a default, should it be needed)
  • Quiet Enjoyment
  • Possession and Surrender of Premises
  • Use of Premises
  • Occupants (landlord must enter the number of occupants that will be allowed to reside upon the property)
  • Condition of Premises
  • Assignment and Sublease
  • Dangerous Materials
  • Utilities and Services
  • Pets
  • Alterations and Improvements
  • Damage to Premises
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Right of Inspection
  • Holdover
  • Abandonment
  • Extended Absences
  • Security
  • Severability
  • Insurance
  • Binding Effect
  • Governing Law
  • Entire Agreement
  • Notice
  • Cumulative Rights
  • Waiver
  • Indemnification
  • Legal Fees
  • Display of Signs
  • Noise
  • Parking (Landlord – check the appropriate box regarding permission to park vehicles – if permission is granted, enter the location in which parking may be accessed and the number of vehicles that may be parked upon the premises)
  • Balconies
  • Bicycles
  • Locking of Entrance Doors
  • Dwelling
  • Water Leaks
  • Additional Terms and Conditions ( use this area to enter any additional terms and conditions that may need to be addressed)

Step 8 – Signatures

  • Provide the landlord’s signature
  • Enter the landlord’s printed name
  • AND
  • Enter the tenant(s) signature(s)
  • Enter the tenant(s) printed name(s)