A Kansas eviction notice form to pay rent is a written document that states a tenant has a certain number of days to pay the rent 3 for a tenant who has been renting for 3 months or less, 10 for a tenant who has been renting for more than 3 months in Kansas, or to vacate the premises.
The state of Kansas provides a simple form that may be used for this purpose. Additionally, there are other notice forms for other possible grounds for evictions in Kansas.
Read further to learn about what information is required on an eviction notice for it to be valid, legally acceptable ways of delivering notices and types of notices for all possible grounds for evictions.
Information Required for all Kansas Notices
A landlord is expected to provide some basic information on all notices. This information includes:
- The name(s) of the tenant(s)
- The signature of the landlord
- The date of the notice
- The address of the rental property
- The reason the notice is being issued
Acceptable Ways of Delivering Notices
In the state of Kansas, eviction notices must be provided to tenants in an appropriate way for the eviction to be considered legitimate. Kansas landlords may provide their tenants with eviction notices by:
- Personal delivery to the tenant
- Leaving the notice with anyone over the age of 12 who resides at the rental property
- Posting a copy of the notice in an obvious place at the rental property
- By mail. If the notice is mailed, an additional 2 days must be added to the amount of time allowed on the notice to account for the time it will take for the notice to be delivered.
Types of Eviction Notices
Each possible grounds for eviction has its own process and notice requirements.
Eviction Notice for Failure to Pay Rent – Notice to Pay or Vacate – Nonpayment
In the state of Kansas, a landlord must provide his/her tenant with a written notice before he/she can proceed with the eviction process. When a tenant has failed to pay rent, a landlord must provide a 3 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate when the tenant has been renting for less than three months. If a tenant has been renting the property for more than three months, the landlord must provide a 10 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate.
Along with the information required on all Kansas eviction notices, the Notice to Pay or Vacate must include:
- A statement indicating the amount of rent due
- A statement indicating when the rent was due
- A statement indicating that failure to pay the outstanding rent or vacate the property will result in further action to have the tenant removed from the property
Get the downloadable Eviction Notice for Failure to Pay Rent template form below (.pdf direct link)
Eviction Notice for Lease Violation – 14/30 Day Notice
The state of Kansas requires that a landlord provide his/her tenant with a written 14/30 Day Notice when there has been a material violation to the terms of the lease. This notice must provide the tenant with 14 days to correct the situation. If the tenant fails to remedy the issue within 14 days, he/she must be allowed 30 days to vacate the property.
Along with the information required on all Kansas eviction notices, the 14/30 Day Notice must include:
- A statement indicating how the lease was violated
- A statement informing the tenant that he/she has 14 days to correct the issue, or 30 days to vacate the property
Get the downloadable 14/30 Day Notice template form below (.pdf direct link)
Lease Termination Notice for Tenants at Will – 30 Day Notice to Quit Month to Month Tenancy
In the state of Kansas, a landlord may end a month-to-month tenancy by issuing a written 30 Day Notice to Quit Month to Month Tenancy.
Along with the information required on all Kansas eviction notices, the 30 Day Notice to Quit Month to Month Tenancy must include:
- The date upon which the tenancy will end
Get the downloadable 30 Day Notice to Quit template form below (.pdf direct link)