A Wisconsin 30-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent is a written message from a landlord asking a tenant to pay overdue rent within 30 days or move out. This notice is only for tenants who’ve lived on the property for longer than one year.
If the tenant ignores the notice by not responding or not paying the full rent amount, a landlord can take them to court and file for eviction. If the court rules in the landlord’s favor, the tenant will have to move out according to the court’s orders.
Governing Law — WI Statutes 704.17(3).
Grace Period for Rent Payment — None.