The parties to a farm lease that was entered into in 2004 for a 10-year term. For several months before the end of the termination date of the lease, the tenant had failed to pay the specified rent. After the termination date, the tenant held over in possession, and was served a notice of termination. The tenant claimed he had tried to pay the rent, but it was refused because of a discrepancy in the legal description contained in the lease and the owners of the property. The tenant was given instructions as to how to correctly pay the rent, but did not follow those instructions. While there was a mutual mistake as to the legal description of the leased premises, the court noted that the tenant drafted the lease and could not use that mistake as an excuse for non-payment of rent or to holdover after the lease terminated. The court determined that the trial court had given the tenant a full opportunity to present evidence, rebut evidence and be heard. The court upheld the trial court's ruling that the tenant be evicted from the leased premises and that the landlord be granted damages for unpaid rent. Dobbs v. Trost, No. 2014AP2816, 2015 Wisc. App. LEXIS 500 (Wisc. Ct. App. Jul. 9, 2015).