Do Lease Agreements Need to Be Notarized in Kansas?

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Do Lease Agreements Need to Be Notarized in Kansas?

No, lease agreements do not need to be notarized in Kansas. As long as the lease meets the criteria to be legally binding, it is enough.

The landlord and tenant can agree or request the lease to be notarized, but it is not required by Kansas state law.

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