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Wisconsin 14 Day Notice to Vacate

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If a tenant commits a breach under a month to month tenancy the landlord may legally bypass the 5 Day Notice and proceed directly to a 14 Day Notice. Under a 14 Day Notice the tenancy will terminate at the end of the 14 days and the tenant has no right to cure. At the end of the 14 days the landlord is entitled to file an eviction to remove the tenant if they have not vacated.

Who: If a tenant commits a breach under a month to month tenancy the landlord may bypass the 5 Day Notice and proceed directly to a 14 Day Notice. Under a 14 Day Notice the tenancy will terminate at the end of the 14 days and the tenant has no right to cure and remain. At the end of the 14 days the landlord is entitled to file an eviction to remove the tenant if they have not vacated.

What: The 14 Day Notice to Vacate gives the tenant 14 days to vacate or face eviction proceedings.

When: A landlord using a term lease can only serve a tenant with a 14 Day Notice if this is the tenant’s second time committing breach within a 12 month period and the tenant was previously served a 5 Day Notice for the same or similar breach. If a tenant commits a breach under a month to month tenancy the landlord may legally bypass the 5 Day Notice and proceed directly to a 14 Day Notice.

Important: Wisconsin evictions can be complicated. An attorneys counsel and advice is strongly suggested!

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