The Wyoming month-to-month lease agreement is one of the more common short-term lease options. It grants both the lessor and the lessee the right to cancel the contract at the end of each month’s term. Although Wyoming does not contain a statute that requires the terminating party to give a certain amount of days’ notice to the other party, most lease agreements within the state will require at least thirty (30) days. Other than the term of the agreement, this document will require all the same data as a standard residential lease, such as the mandatory rent payments, security deposit amount, and rules/regulations of the property’s use. After reviewing the document and agreeing to the arranged terms, the landlord and new tenant should sign the instrument within the indicated portions of the form.