A Kansas 30 Day Notice to Comply or Vacate is an eviction letter delivered to the tenant for a curable lease violation. The tenant has the right to correct the breach within 14 calendar days, otherwise the tenant must move out by the expiration of the 30 calendar day notice period.
When to Use a Kansas 30 Day Notice to Comply or Vacate
In Kansas, for the first lease violation of a similar nature, use a 30 Day Notice to Comply or Vacate to begin the eviction process if the tenant:
- Failed to comply with health/safety rules.
- Damaged the rental unit.
- Violated the lease with too many occupants residing at the premises.
- Disturbed the peace and enjoyment of other persons.
- Violated any other terms of the lease.
During the term of the lease, if the tenant repeated the same or a similar lease violation, use the 30 Day Notice to Quit instead.
If none of the above are true, use one of the below forms to evict a tenant:
- 3 Day Notice to Quit – If the tenant has resided at the premises for less than three (3) months and is late on rent (starting the day after it’s due), either in part or in full.
- 10 Day Notice to Quit – If the tenant has resided at the premises for three (3) months or longer and is late on rent (starting the day after it’s due), either in part or in full.
- 30 Day Notice to Quit – If the tenant committed substantially the same breach or a similar breach of the lease during the lease term.
- 30 Day Notice to Vacate – If the tenant or the landlord is ending a monthly or yearly lease. This letter may also be used for tenants with no written lease that pay rent monthly or for tenants with an expired lease.
How to Write a Kansas 30 Day Notice to Comply or Vacate
The Kansas 30 Day Notice to Comply or Vacate form shall be completed as follows:
- Write all adult tenants’ names (do not include minors);
- Fill in the complete address of the rental premises;
- Specify the rule or lease violation;
- Indicate how the tenant can remedy the breach;
- Enter the date and time when the violation must be cured by;
- Include the tenant’s balance due, if applicable;
- Include the date the notice is served;
- Landlord prints and signs notice;
- Landlord includes address and phone number.
How to Serve a Kansas 30 Day Notice to Comply or Vacate
A landlord can deliver notices in Kansas using any of the below acceptable methods:
- Handing the notice to the tenant in person;
- Handing the notice to a person of suitable age and discretion at the property AND mailing the notice by registered or certified mail with a return receipt;
- Posting the notice in a conspicuous place at the premises, such as the entry door, AND mailing the notice by registered or certified mail with a return receipt.
When sending the notice by registered or certified mail, add two (2) calendar days to the notice period to account for variability in post office delivery times.