Wisconsin Residential Lease Agreement Form
Wisconsin Residential Lease Agreement Form.pdf Wisconsin Residential Lease Agreement Form.doc This is a standard 12 month lease for the State of Wisconsin. This is an agreement that can be trusted by
This Agreement for the lease of the Premises identified below is entered into by and between the Landlord and Tenant (referred in the singular whether one or more) on the following terms and conditions:
Landlord’s Agent for maintenance, management, service of process and collection of rent – (Note in “Special Conditions” if more than one agent)
Name: Address: PREMISES PREMISES Street Address:
First Day of Term: Last Day of Term: This agreement is only for the stated term and is NOT automatically renewable. Landlord and Tenant must agree in writing if tenancy is to
continue beyond the last day of the rental term.
UTILITIES Tenant must pay all utility charges that are separately metered or subject to cost allocation, as follows:
|Utility Charges||Electric||Heat||Water Bill||Unit Gas||Air Conditioning||Hot Water||Trash / Recycling|
|Included in Rent|
|Cost Allocation *|
* See Special Conditions.
RENT Rent Amount $ per due on or before the day of each , Rent checks shall be made payable to (Landlord) (Landlord’s Agent) [STRIKE ONE] and mailed or delivered to (Landlord) (Landlord’s Agent) [STRIKE ONE]. ALL TENANTS, IF MORE THAN ONE, SHALL BE JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY LIABLE FOR THE FULL AMOUNT OF ALL PAYMENTS DUE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT.
SECURITY Upon execution of this Agreement, Tenant agrees to pay a security deposit in the amount of $ to be held by DEPOSIT . The deposit, less any amounts legally withheld, will be returned in person or mailed to Tenant’s last known address within 21 days after Tenant surrenders the Premises. Tenant is responsible for
giving Landlord his/her new address. Surrender shall occur on the last day of the term provided in this Rental Agreement, subject to the exceptions described in Wis. Admin. Code § ATCP 134.06. Upon surrender, Tenant shall vacate the Premises and return, or account for, any of Landlord’s property held by Tenant, such as keys, garage door openers, etc.
CHECK-IN Tenant acknowledges receipt of Landlord’s check-in report which tenant agrees to complete and return to Landlord by the 8th day of the
tenancy. Tenant may request, in writing, a list of physical damages and defects charged to the previous tenant’s security deposit no later then the 8th day of the tenancy.
SPECIAL Special Conditions: CONDITIONS
LANDLORD’S RIGHT TO ENTER
Landlord may enter the Premises occupied by the Tenant, at reasonable times with at least 12 hours advance notice, to inspect the Premises, make repairs, show the Premises to prospective tenants or purchasers, or comply with applicable laws or regulations. Landlord may enter without advance notice upon consent of the Tenant, when a health or safety emergency exists, or if Tenant is absent and Landlord believes entry is necessary to protect the Premises or the building in which they are located from damage.
ABANDONMENT If Tenant unjustifiably removes from the Premises before the last day of the rental term, Tenant shall be liable for all rent due under this Agreement through the last day of the term, plus damages incurred by Landlord, and less any net rent received by Landlord in rerenting the premises. If Tenant is absent from the Premises for three consecutive weeks without written notice of such absence to Landlord, Landlord may, in Landlord’s sole discretion, deem that Tenant has removed from the Premises and proceed to rerent the Premises. If Tenant leaves personal property behind, Landlord shall have the right to dispose of the property as provided by law or per any written property lien agreement.
SALE OF PROPERTY
Upon voluntary or involuntary transfer of ownership of the Premises, Landlord’s obligations under this Agreement are expressly released by Tenant. The new owner of the Premises shall be solely responsible for the Landlord’s obligations under this Agreement.
PROVISIONS (Applicable only if the Premises is a “target
property” constructed before 1978.)
Tenant has received, read and understands Landlord’s lead-based paint (LBP) disclosures and the Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home Pamphlet (Pamphlet). Tenant agrees to follow the practices recommended in the Pamphlet in order to protect Tenant and other guests and occupants from injuries caused by exposure to lead. Tenant shall immediately notify the Landlord in writing if Tenant, Tenant’s guests or any other occupant observes any other conditions indicating the presence of a potential LBP hazard, as described in the Pamphlet.
During the lease term, as a condition of Tenant’s continuing right to use and occupy the Premises, Tenant agrees and promises, unless Landlord otherwise provides in writing, as follows:
PETS GOVT. REG.
VACATION OF PREMISES
To use the Premises for residential purposes only for Tenant and Tenant’s immediate family.
To NOT make or permit use of the Premises for any unlawful purpose or any purpose that will injure the reputation of the Premises or the building of which they are a part.
To NOT use or keep in or about the Premises anything that would adversely affect coverage of the Premises or the building of which they are a part under a standard fire or extended insurance policy.
To NOT make excessive noise or engage in activities which unduly disturb neighbors or other tenants in the building in which the Premises are located.
To NOT permit in or about the Premises any pet unless specifically authorized by Landlord in writing.
To obey all lawful orders, rules and regulations of all governmental authorities and, if a condominium, any condominium association with authority over the premises.
To keep the Premises in clean and tenantable condition and in as good repair as on the first day of the lease term, normal wear and tear excepted.
To maintain a reasonable amount of heat in cold weather to prevent damages to the premises, and if damage results from Tenant’s failure to maintain a reasonable amount of heat, Tenant shall be liable for this damage.
Unless Tenant has received specific written consent from Landlord, to NOT do or permit any of the following:
- Paint upon, attach, exhibit, or display in or about the Premises any sign or placard.
- Alter or redecorate the Premises.
- Drive nails, tacks, and screws or apply other fasteners on or into any wall, ceiling, floor, or woodwork of the Premises.
- Attach or affix anything to the exterior of the Premises or the building in which it is located.
To NOT permit any guest or invites to reside in the Premises without prior written consent of Landlord.
To be responsible for all acts of negligence or breaches of this agreement by Tenant and Tenant’s guests and invitees, and to be liable for any resulting property damage or injury.
To NOT assign this Agreement nor sublet the Premises or any part thereof without the prior written consent of Landlord. If Landlord permits an assignment or a sublease, such permission shall in no way relieve Tenant of Tenant’s liability under this Agreement.
To vacate the Premises at the end of the term, and immediately deliver the keys, garage door openers, parking permits, etc., and the Tenant’s forwarding address to the Landlord.
Landlord may make additional reasonable rules governing the use and occupancy of the Premises and the building in which they are located. Tenant acknowledges the rules stated above, and acknowledges receipt of any additional rules prior to signing this Agreement. Any failure by Tenant to comply with the rules is a breach of this Agreement.
DAMAGE BY If the Premises are damaged by fire or other casualty to a degree that renders them untenantable, Tenant may move out unless Landlord
CONDITIONS AFFECTING HABITABILITY
SMOKE DETECTOR NOTICE
promptly proceeds to repair and rebuild. Tenant may move out if the repair work causes undue hardship. If Tenant remains; rent abates to the
extent Tenant is deprived of normal full use of the Premises, until the Premises are restored. If repairs are not made, this Agreement shall terminate. If the Premises are damaged to a degree which does not render them untenantable, Landlord shall repair them as soon as reasonably possible.
The Premises and the building of which they are a part are NOT currently cited for uncorrected building or housing code violations unless a copy of any such notices of uncorrected code violations are attached to this Agreement. The Premises do NOT contain any of the following conditions adversely affecting habitability unless listed under Special Conditions: No hot or cold running water, plumbing or sewage disposal facilities not in good operating order, unsafe or inadequate heating facilities (incapable of maintaining at least 67ºF in living areas), no electricity, electrical wiring or components not in safe operating condition, or structural or other conditions that are substantially hazardous to health or safety.
Wisconsin law requires that the Landlord maintain any smoke detectors located in any building common areas. State law further requires that THE TENANT MUST EITHER MAINTAIN ANY SMOKE DETECTOR ON THE PREMISES, OR GIVE LANDLORD WRITTEN
NOTICE WHENEVER A SMOKE DETECTOR ON THE PREMISES IS NOT FUNCTIONAL. The Landlord shall provide, within five days of receipt of any such notice, any maintenance necessary to make that smoke detector functional. MAINTENANCE SHALL INCLUDE THE PROVISION OF NEW BATTERIES, AS NEEDED.
Tenant understands that any property manager, rental agent or employees thereof are representing the Landlord.
Notice: You may obtain information about the sex offender registry and persons registered with the registry by contacting the Wisconsin Department of Corrections on the Internet at http://www.widocoffenders.org or by phone at 877-234-0085.
Attachments checked below are attached to this Rental Agreement and incorporated herein by reference.
|Rules and Regulations||Real Estate Agency Disclosure|
|Lead-Based Paint Disclosure & Pamphlet||Other:|
|Nonstandard Rental Provisions||Other:|
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Rental Agreement on .