5. A criminal complaint alleging that the person sexually assaulted the tenant or a child of the tenant under s. 940.225, 948.02, or 948.025.
6. A criminal complaint alleging that the person stalked the tenant or a child of the tenant under s. 940.32.
7. A criminal complaint that was filed against the person as a result of the person being arrested for committing a domestic abuse offense against the tenant under s. 968.075.
(2) Not liable for rent. If a residential tenant removes from the premises because of a threat of serious physical harm to the tenant or to a child of the tenant from another person and provides the landlord with a certified copy specified under sub. (1) and with notice that complies with s. 704.21, the tenant shall not be liable for any rent after the end of the month following the month in which he or she provides the notice or removes from the premises, whichever is later. The tenant's liability for rent under this subsection is subject to the landlord's duty to mitigate damages as provided in s. 704.29 (2).
(3) Termination of tenancy by landlord. (a) In this subsection, "offending tenant" is a tenant whose tenancy is being terminated under this subsection.
(b) A landlord may terminate the tenancy of an offending tenant if all of the following apply:
1. The offending tenant commits one or more acts, including verbal threats, that cause another tenant, or a child of that other tenant, who occupies a dwelling unit in the same single-family rental unit, multiunit dwelling, or apartment complex as the offending tenant to face an imminent threat of serious physical harm from the offending tenant if the offending tenant remains on the premises.
2. The offending tenant is the named offender in any of the following:
a. An injunction order under s. 813.12 (4) protecting the other tenant from the offending tenant.
b. An injunction order under s. 813.122 protecting the child of the other tenant from the offending tenant.
c. An injunction order under s. 813.125 (4) protecting the other tenant or the child of the other tenant from the offending tenant, based on the offending tenant's engaging in an act that would constitute sexual assault under s. 940.225, 948.02, or 948.025, or stalking under s. 940.32, or attempting or threatening to do the same.
d. A condition of release under ch. 969 ordering the offending tenant not to contact the other tenant.
e. A criminal complaint alleging that the offending tenant sexually assaulted the other tenant or the child of the other tenant under s. 940.225, 948.02, or 948.025.
f. A criminal complaint alleging that the offending tenant stalked the other tenant or the child of the other tenant under s. 940.32.
g. A criminal complaint that was filed against the offending tenant as a result of the offending tenant being arrested for committing a domestic abuse offense against the other tenant under s. 968.075.
3. The landlord gives the offending tenant written notice that complies with s. 704.21 requiring the offending tenant to vacate on or before a date that is at least 5 days after the giving of the notice. The notice shall state the basis for its issuance and the right of the offending tenant to contest the termination of tenancy in an eviction action under ch. 799. If the offending tenant contests the termination of tenancy, the tenancy may not be terminated without proof by the landlord by the greater preponderance of the credible evidence of the allegations against the offending tenant.
704.19 (2) (b) of the statutes is renumbered 704.19 (2) (b) 1. and amended to read:
704.19 (2) (b) 1. A periodic tenancy can be terminated by notice under this section only at the end of a rental period. In the case of a tenancy from year-to-year the end of the rental period is the end of the rental year even though rent is payable on a more frequent basis. Nothing
2. Notwithstanding subd. 1., nothing in this section prevents termination of a tenancy before the end of a rental period because of an imminent threat of serious physical harm, as provided in s. 704.16, or for nonpayment of rent or breach of any other condition of the tenancy, as provided in s. 704.17.
704.44 of the statutes is created to read:
704.44 Rental agreement that restricts access to certain services is void. A rental agreement is void and unenforceable if it allows a landlord in a residential tenancy to do any of the following because a tenant has contacted an entity for law enforcement services, health services, or safety services:
(1) Increase rent.
(2) Decrease services.
(3) Bring an action for possession of the premises.
(4) Refuse to renew a rental agreement.
(5) Threaten to take any action under subs. (1) to (4).
(1) Tenants and landlords. The treatment of sections 704.16, 704.19 (2) (b), and 704.44 of the statutes first applies to rental agreements entered into, modified, or renewed on the effective date of this subsection.
(2m) Local government law enforcement services. The treatment of section 66.0627 (7) of the statutes first applies to a call that is made for law enforcement services on the effective date of this subsection.