Wisconsin 5 Day Notice to Pay or Quit | NonPayment or NonCompliance

The Wisconsin five (5) day notice to pay or quit, with the laws of Statute 704.17(2), is ONLY valid for leases of one (1) year or less for nonpayment or noncompliance with the rental agreement by the tenant. This notice is to be served by the landlord either personally or through certified mail while keeping the return receipt for documentation. If the tenant decides not to either pay all that is due to the landlord as well as not move-out of the property, an eviction suit may be filed against the tenant.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download the notice. Click here to open/download the form in .PDF format.

Note: The above link will open in a new browser window/tab.

Step 2 – At the top of the notice is the “To” field. Put the name of the tenant, and the address of the rental unit/property into the appropriate input fields.

Step 3 – If the tenant is being evicted for failing to pay rent, check the first box and then fill in the date that the rent became past due on. If the tenant is being evicted for a lease violation, check the second box and then write a description of the violation.

Step 4 – Sign your name (in the “Landlord/Agent” field), enter a contact phone number/address, and then date the notice (dd/mm/yyyy).