Can a Lease Automatically Renew in Kansas?

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Can a Lease Automatically Renew in Kansas? on

Yes, a lease can automatically renew in Kansas. If the tenant has been on the property for a year or more at the time the lease expires, their tenancy becomes year-to-year (KS Stat § 58-2502 (2018)).

Once the tenancy becomes a year-to-year tenancy, the tenant or the landlord can end the tenancy by giving 30-days’ written notice before the end of the new year is up (KS Stat § 58-2505 (2018)).

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