Wisconsin Residential Lease Agreement
The Wisconsin residential lease agreement is a common form used for the renting of space to be used for livable purposes. It is common for the landlord to take into account the tenant’s financial and employment status before issuing a lease. During the verification process the landlord may be able to view all the details about the tenant with the Rental Application.
- At the time of lease signing, the landlord is allowed to request as much as they desire for the security deposit as under State law there is no maximum.
- Checklist (move-in) – If the landlord requires
- Lead Paint – If the housing unit was built prior to 1978 this form is required by law.
- Nonstandard Rental Provisions