After signing, a copy of the rental agreement must be provided to the tenant. Water/Heat/Electricity (§ 134.04(3)) – If the rent does not include water, heating or electricity, it must be explicitly written in the 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. Standard Residential Lease – Usually a one (1) year lease, but a contract with a specific start and end date. Subletting – A tenant who decides to rent their space to another person. Also known as a „sublease,“ the original tenant`s master lease must allow for this use, or the landlord`s written consent must be given. Note that depending on the municipality in which the rented premises are located, there may be different or additional conditions that must be included. Check your local regulations for these regulations. All Wisconsin homeowners must comply with certain provisions of state law and certain federal laws. For example, you can`t refuse to rent to someone because of their race, color, gender, national origin or ancestry, marital status, or disability. You also can`t retaliate or take steps to force a tenant by changing locks, increasing rents, or threatening the tenant who has exercised certain rights, for example.
B by joining a tenants` union or complaining to the state authorities of a leased site. The Wisconsin Standard Residential Lease Agreement is a basic lease used between the owner/owner and tenant(s) to describe all the terms, conditions, and other required information necessary for the proper construction of a lease. The tenant must carefully review and accept all sections of the lease before endorsing the tenant`s signature. If the language of the agreement is not clear to the tenant, they may consider consulting a lawyer for clarification and/or representation. A tenant who is a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking may terminate the lease earlier by providing a copy of a protection order and proving that there is an imminent risk of serious physical harm from another person if the tenant remains on the premises….