Wisconsin Lease Renewal OR Notice to Vacate

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Use this Wisconsin Lease Renewal OR Notice to Vacate form at the end of the tenancy to give your tenant the option to renew or vacate.

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When the lease term is coming to an end in Wisconsin it is important that landlords are generating the correct documentation to remain in compliance with Wisconsin’s laws. This document is in compliance with the March 1, 2014 Act 76 alterations to Wisconsin landlord tenant statutes.

This document is multifaceted as it can serve for more than one purpose. This document offers tenants the chance to renew their lease agreement with a predetermined length of time, or decline renewal and move out of the rented property. The Wisconsin Lease Renewal or Notice to Vacate form is a one stop shop for Wisconsin landlords approaching the end of a lease term.

If a landlord would like to increase rental wages for a new term, that can be identified on this document as well. A tenant’s failure to respond to this document on or before the indicated deadline will result in the presumption that the tenant will vacate the leased property at the end of the current lease term.

This document also outlines helpful laws for tenants and landlords to be aware of. Many tenants do not know all of their rights of domestic abuse protections. At the bottom of this document it indicates what rights one stands in the case of domestic abuse. Also this form will indicate to tenants their landlords rights to any abandoned property. It is not the responsibility of the landlord to store any items left behind at the termination of the lease term.

By signing this document, tenants agree to all previous terms, amendments, disclosures rules and regulations of the previously lease unless otherwise stated in the contract above.

This document serves as a reminder to tenants to notify them of the end of the lease term and that a decision must be made for occupancy. Ezlandlordforms gives the user the ability to completely customize this document to their liking. But, be careful. Although this document is editable there is required verbiage installed in the template to protect both the landlord and tenant and remain in compliance with the March 1, 2014 Act 76 alterations to Wisconsin landlord tenant statutes.

Download today and save yourself some hassle!

IMPORTANT: Remember, although this form is completely editable, there is required language installed in the template.

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