Agent/Landlord Identification – Any person in the rental property must have their contact information including the mailing address in the agreement.
Bed Bug Addendum – While it is not mandatory as per the state’s law, maintaining a document that records the current status of any pest infestation, whether contained or not, within a rental property or the tenant’s previous residence can prove to be a valuable tool for both parties involved, ensuring their protection.
Nonstandard Rental Provisions Addendum – The landlord can itemize the charges for the rental property in this form.
Renter’s Insurance Disclosure – This allows the landlord to disclose to the tenant that the landlord’s insurance policy does not cover any damage or theft of the tenant’s personal belongings from the premises.
Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detector Notices – This notice provided by the landlord is given to the tenant to confirm that the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are in proper working condition. It also informs the lessee on what to do in case any of the devices stop functioning.
Source: § 134.04
Rental Cabins in Wisconsin
The standard rental lease agreement form can also be used when renting out a cabin in this state.