Legal Question in Employment Law in Wyoming

I live in employee housing for my internship in Wyoming. I have had 3 employee complaints filed against me for noise and smoking tobacco outside of designated smoking areas. My company threatened to fire me and evicted me from the apartments. But I never received a employee housing agreement, never signed anything, and never received a written notice of eviction. Is this a legal situation?

Asked on 7/02/12, 7:28 pm

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Thomas Lubnau Lubnau Law Office, P.C.
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If you live on someone else's property, you abide by their rules, unless they discriminate against you on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, disability, national origin or pregnancy. IF you don't like the rules, move.

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Answered on 7/03/12, 8:47 am

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