Wisconsin Notices to Quit for Nonpayment of Rent

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In Wisconsin there are two types of notice to quit forms depending on how long the term is for the rental agreement on the property.

  1. Lease At or Less Than One (1) Year | PDF | Word – If the lease was signed for one (1) year or less than the landlord must provide five (5) days for the tenant to pay rent or vacate the premises.
  2. Lease for More Than One (1) Year | PDF | Word –  If the lease was signed for more than one (1) year the landlord must provide thirty (30) days’ notice for the tenant to pay the rent due or move out.

According to section 704.17 if the tenant pays the rent during this notice period the lease goes back into conformity as if the rent was never late. Although, this may be reflected in the landlord’s reference in the future.

5 Day Notice (Leases of One (1) Year or Less | PDF | Word

5 Day Notice (Leases of One (1) Year or Less | PDF | Word

30 Day Notice (Leases of More than One (1) Year | PDF | Word

30 Day Notice (Leases of More than One (1) Year | PDF | Word