New Changes to Wisconsin Statutes

 New Changes to Wisconsin Statutes:

Landlord-Tenant, Local Pre-existing Sprinkler, Limitations on Registration and Licensing, 
Fees and Inspections, Historic Preservation Process, Squatters
On Feb 29, 2016 a new omnibus bill was signed into law containing many changes to Wisconsin statutes regulating landlord-tenant and multifamily properties, including preexisting sprinkler ordinances that are stricter than commercial code and nullifying prior agreements; limiting local regulations on registration/licensing/certification, fees and inspections. In addition, 2015 WI ACT 176 creates rights for the property owner within historic preservation; addresses the squatters issue in trespass and creates a criminal penalty, creates and amends notices, and provides for a member of an LLC to represent themselves in municipal court.
The changes are comprehensive and recognize the rights of the property owner.  AASCW will be holding a program on these changes on April 6, 2016.  Attorney Jay Koritzinsky will be speaking about these new laws, best practices and fair housing.  More information and registration materials will be coming out soon. 
Plan to attend.

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