Wisconsin Notice of Intent to Vacate at End of Specified Lease Term - Tenant to Landlord - Nonresidential
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This Notice of Intent to Vacate at End of Specified Lease Term - Tenant to Landlord - Non-Residential means generally that no notice is required to terminate a lease which ends at a specific date. Example: This lease begins on January 1, 2005 and ends on January 1, 2006. However, Landlords and Tenants routinely renew such leases. This form is for use by a Tenant to inform the Landlord that the Tenant intends to vacate at the end of the specified term.
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