Archive for March, 2014



The Wyoming month to month rental agreement is between a landlord and tenant that allows for an arrangement where either party may change the contract at anytime with thirty (30) days’ notice. The agreement is usually between short-term lessee’s or if the original lease has expired and the individual would like to remain on the residential property. Even though the landlord may decide to cancel…

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The Wyoming sublease agreement allows a tenant that is occupying residential property on a fixed term to rent the same property to someone else. The existing tenant, or ‘Sub lessor’, may choose to rent a portion or the entire space to the new tenant, or ‘Sub lessee’. Under most leases in Wyoming, the act of subleasing (‘Subletting’) is barred from use by the landlord. Therefore…

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