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2395 W. Washington St.

Suite 106

West Bend, WI. 53095


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Stern Properties, LLC

  RULES and REGULATIONS (sample)



Lessor certifies as of this date that, to the best of his knowledge, the premises is in rentable condition, normal wear and tear excluded, with no “billable” damage.  Lessee has 7 days to inspect the unit and to report any required repairs or to list items Lessee feels could be construed as “billable”.                                             

Lessee, for himself and his social and business guests, agrees to abide by the following rules and regulations which are part of the lease printed on the reverse hereof.

Painting and Decorating: Lessor must approve all painting (including colors) IN ADVANCE.

Natural woodwork will not be painted under any circumstance: paint drips and splatter will be removed immediately and completely.
Latex “flat” paint will be used on walls and ceiling in all rooms except bath and kitchen; “eggshell” will be used on walls and ceilings in bath and kitchen.  Our paint color is “Dover White-200”, available at Sherwin-Williams.
Under no circumstance will Lessor provide painting equipment (brushes, rollers, pans, ladder, etc.). These tools shall be provided by the Lessee.
Lessee shall not post signs or placards without Lessor’s permission.

 

Maintenance – Yard – Halls – Etc. and General Rules.

Under Wisconsin law, tenants are responsible for minor repairs and for any repairs necessitated by their negligent actions, including but not limited to, broken windows and screens, damaged fixtures and appliances.
Lessee is responsible for keeping the yard neat, clean and trimmed and for keeping sidewalks free of ice and snow.  PATIOS AND BALCONIES MUST BE CLEARED OF SNOW.  Lessee is also responsible for keeping common hallways clean and tidy.  If garbage carts are provided, tenant shall be responsible for moving carts to and from pick-up point s required by city ordinance and returning carts inside garages or to designated areas.
Lessee shall keep premises in a clean and tenantable condition at all times.
Lessee will save heat and avoid dust during heating months if furnace filters are regularly replaced; this is Lessee’s responsibility.
Pets.  Lessor must approve all pets in writing.  If at any time Lessor for any reason whatever feels any pet to be objectionable or improper, Lessor shall have the right to require Lessee to remove pet from the premises and the Lessee shall continue to be responsible for all rent under the lease.  Pets shall be kept away from maintenance, repair, and management personnel.
Property left on premises.  Any property Lessee leaves on premises after vacating may be considered to be abandoned and may be disposed of by Lessor.
Locks, Keys, Entry.  Locks will not be changed or added without Lessor’s permission.  Lessor is to be given a copy of new lock key and Lessee authorizes Lessor to enter premises in an emergency.  If damage results to the premises because Lessor was not provided a key to new or added locks, Lessee agrees to pay for repair of said damages.
Lessee shall not disturb the neighbors or other Lessee’s.
Lessee shall notify Lessor if Lessee leaves the premises for a period in excess of seven days and shall leave a lighted lamp in a window which shall be visible from the street during any absence in excess of 48 hours.
Appliances.  If Lessor provides appliances, they are provided for Lessee’s convenience only and shall not be considered part of the premises for rental purposes.  Lessee shall clean appliances inside and outside thoroughly and defrost refrigerator at the time of departure from premise.  If provided by Lessor, appliances may be removed upon a 12 hour notice.
Lessee shall not keep waterbeds on premises.
Lessee shall do nothing which increases the risk of fire or explosion or which will affect the validity of the Standard Fire Insurance Policy of the State of Wisconsin, incl. avoiding storage of gas or vaporous containers inside buildings, and avoiding grills on balconies and within 10 feet of building.
Lessee shall supply light bulbs and fluorescent tubes used for their premises, replace bulbs that become inoperable during their stay.   
No birdfeeders or bird baths on upper balconies.  Lower patios must have birdfeeders or baths minimally 10 feet away from building.
Lessee is responsible for informing Lessor in writing, within 3 days of any smoke detector/CO detector malfunction, including the need for a new battery.
The garage, parking lot, and stall areas cannot be used for motor vehicle repair or maintenance. 
Tenant must abide by “Emergency and Not Emergency” guidelines and use emergency phone line appropriately.  Deliberate misuse, such as exaggeration of issue or misleading emergency phone line personnel, will result in charges.

 

Notice:  You may obtain information about the sex offender registry and person registered with the registry by contacting the Wisconsin Department of Corrections on the Internet at www.widocoffenders.org or by phone at 877-234-0085.

704.14 NOTICE  OF DOMESTIC ABUSE  PROTECTIONS

(1) As provided in section 106.50 (5m) (dm) of the Wisconsin statutes, a tenant has a defense to an eviction action if the tenant can prove that the landlord knew, or should have known, the tenant is a victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault, or stalking and that the eviction action is based on conduct related to domestic abuse, sexual assault, or stalking committed by either of the following:

(a) A person who was not the tenant’s invited guest

(b) A person who was the tenant’s invited guest, but the tenant has done either of the following:

1.  Sought an injunction barring the person from the premises

2.  Provided a written statement to the landlord stating that the person will no longer be an invited guest of the tenant and the tenant has not subsequently invited the person to be the tenant’s guest.

(2) A tenant who is a victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault, or stalking may have the right to terminate the rental agreement in certain limited situations, as provided in section 704.16 of the Wisconsin statutes. If the tenant has safety concerns, the tenant should contact a local victim service provider or law enforcement agency.

(3) A tenant is advised that this notice is only a summary of the tenant’s rights and the specific language of the statutes governs in all instances.

 

 

 
704.14 NOTICE  OF DOMESTIC ABUSE  PROTECTIONS

(1) As provided in section 106.50 (5m) (dm) of the Wisconsin statutes, a tenant has a defense to an eviction action if the tenant can prove that the landlord knew, or should have known, the tenant is a victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault, or stalking and that the eviction action is based on conduct related to domestic abuse, sexual assault, or stalking committed by either of the following:

(a) A person who was not the tenant’s invited guest

(b) A person who was the tenant’s invited guest, but the tenant has done either of the following:

1.  Sought an injunction barring the person from the premises

2.  Provided a written statement to the landlord stating that the person will no longer be an invited guest of the tenant and the tenant has not subsequently invited the person to be the tenant’s guest.

(2) A tenant who is a victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault, or stalking may have the right to terminate the rental agreement in certain limited situations, as provided in section 704.16 of the Wisconsin statutes. If the tenant has safety concerns, the tenant should contact a local victim service provider or law enforcement agency.

(3) A tenant is advised that this notice is only a summary of the tenant’s rights and the specific language of the statutes governs in all instances.