Landlords must provide all tenants with a checklist for rent review when moving into the premises. The tenant has seven (7) days from the withdrawal date to complete the checklist. (Wis. Stat. ANN NO. 704.08) NOTE DE DOMESTIC ABUSE PROTECTIONS. As provided in Section 106.50 (5m) (dM) of the Wisconsin Statutes, a tenant has a defence against eviction if the tenant can prove that the landlord knew or should have known that the tenant is a victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault or harassment and that the eviction operation is based on domestic abuse behaviour. , sexual assault or harassment by one of the following persons: (a) A person who was not the tenant`s guest. (b) A person who was the tenant`s guest, but the tenant took one of the following steps: 1.
He sought an injunction that excludes the person from the premises. 2. Estate made available to the landlord that the person will no longer be a guest of the tenant and the tenant has not subsequently invited the person to be the tenant`s guest. A tenant who is the victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or harassment may have the right to terminate the lease in certain limited situations, as provided by Section 704.16 of the Wisconsin Statutes. If the tenant has security problems, the tenant should contact a local victim advocacy service provider or law enforcement. It is indicated to a tenant that this communication is only a summary of the tenant`s rights and that it regulates the specific language of the statutes in all cases. If the benefits of a rental unit are not included in the payment of the rent, this fact must be communicated to potential tenants. If a non-standard provision is agreed, for example.
The designation of specific deposits to be retained by the tenant must also be indicated in this section of the contract (az. 134.04 (3)).