A Wisconsin month-to-month rental agreement is a legal document outlining the terms and conditions for a monthly tenancy. This short-term lease provides benefits to tenants and landlords, as neither party has to make a long-term commitment in case their situations change. It remains in effect every month until one party issues a termination notice.
Like a standard lease, this agreement includes key details, including a property description, rent amount, security deposits, property use, and dispute resolution procedures.
Minimum Termination Period: Whether a Wisconsin landlord or tenant is initiating a month-to-month lease termination, they must provide 28 days’ notice.