How to Serve an Eviction Notice in Wyoming

How to Serve an Eviction Notice in Wyoming

Last Updated: April 14, 2023 by Marnie Snyder

In Wyoming, in order for the delivery of a lease termination or eviction notice to be legal, certain rules and procedures must be followed. If they are not and the case proceeds to court, the case may be postponed or dismissed by a judge.

Who Can Serve Eviction Notices in Wyoming?

In Wyoming, landlords can serve eviction notices and lease termination notices themselves. Landlords may choose to hire a sheriff, process server or independent party over eighteen (18) years old to serve an official notice, but they are not required to do so by law.

When Can Eviction Notices Be Served in Wyoming?

In Wyoming, lease termination and eviction notices can be served immediately on any day of the week and at any time of day.

For a 3 Day Notice to Quit, the eviction notice used for tenants that do not pay rent in full and on time, a landlord can serve notice the day after rent is due. There is no legal grace period for paying rent in Wyoming, rent is late starting the day after it’s due.

Acceptable Forms of Service in Wyoming

A landlord can serve eviction notices using either of the below acceptable methods:

  1. Handing the notice to the tenant in person;
  2. Posting the notice in a conspicuous location on the premises.

Obtaining Proof of Service in Wyoming

A landlord can demonstrate proof that a notice was delivered through the following methods:

  • Hand Delivery – by completing a Declaration of Service at the time of delivery.
  • Posting at the Premises – by taking a photograph and completing a Declaration of Service at the time of delivery.

Wyoming Eviction & Lease Termination Notice Forms

Notice Form Grounds
3 Day Notice to Quit Eviction for Unpaid Rent
3 Day Notice to Comply or Vacate Eviction for Lease Violation
30 Day Notice to Vacate Ending a Periodic / Fixed Term Lease
60 Day Notice to Vacate Ending a Fixed Term Lease /

Non-Renewal of Lease

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