The Wisconsin thirty (30) day notice to quit is an eviction notice stating that the tenant is in violation of their lease agreement. This type of eviction notice can only be served by landlords on tenants who are in a lease agreement that is for a period of more than one (1) year. The tenant is given thirty (30) days to cure the violation, pay the rent due, or vacate the premises. However, if this is the second violation within a twelve (12) month period, the landlord has the right to wave the tenant’s option of curing the violation. Noncompliance or nonpayment can result in the landlord filing an eviction suit in small claims court.
Laws – § 704.17(3)(a)