Wisconsin House Rental Agreement

Wisconsin Residential Lease Agreement. This is a standard lease for Wisconsin. For a custom lease tailored to your specific situation, use the rental widget above. Commercial Lease – A contract intended for professional use such as a retail store, office (professional use) or as an industry (warehouse/storage) or is intended for business. Not for the use of habitable conditions. Landlords must provide all tenants with a rent inspection checklist when they move into the premises. The tenant has seven (7) days from the date of move-in to complete the checklist. (Wis. Stat. Ann § 704.08) Wisconsin leases are used by landlords to enter into legally binding lease agreements with a tenant. Whether it is a residential or commercial property or the landlord wants to create a long-term or short-term rental agreement, the following list contains all the rental forms required to enter into a written lease. In addition to leases, this page contains forms that can be used before and during a lease. Before a tenant signs a lease, a landlord can download the rental application form and ask anyone interested to fill out one to find the best tenant.

A termination form is available to inform a tenant that they are currently in default of a lease. All forms are processed in accordance with state laws (Commercial: Law 143 | Housing: chapter 704), which sets out how the agreement is to be drafted and what responsibilities each party will have during the term of the tenancy. .