I thought I would try something new with this blog post. I’ve imbedded a video clip from a seminar that I have given in the past. Let me know what you think.
This clip focuses on a very specific — and often misunderstood — type of 5 day notice in Wisconsin called a 5 Day Notice for gang and/or drug nuisance.
There are only very specific instances in which a landlord is legally allowed to serve a tenant with a 5 Day Notice for Drug/Gang Nuisance — the video clip above explains when this special type of notice can be used.
A 5 Day Notices for Drug /Gang nuisance does not allow the tenant the ability to cure the breach. Gang/Drug nuisance notices are the only 5 day notice in Wisconsin that does not allow the tenant the opportunity to cure the breach.
Click here for a printable table that summarizes the various types of notices that a residential landlord in Wisconsin can serve on his tenant.
If you need more information on how to serve a notice on your tenant, including the 5 Day Notice for Drug/Gang Nuisance, you should refer to my earlier post on that topic.
If you would like to learn more about landlord-tenant law please consider attending Landlord Boot Camp which is sponsored by the Apartment Association of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc. I will presenting this all-day seminar on Saturday, February 26, 2011 from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm. Contact Paulette at 414-276-7378 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register.