If the tenancy has been at least 3 months or longer, a landlord may serve a delinquent tenant with a KS 10 Day Notice to Pay or Quit to demand the rent be paid within 10 days or they must vacate because the tenancy will be terminated.
What Does Kansas Law Say?
How to Fill Out
Step 1 – Fill in the name of each tenant.
Step 2 – Identify the period of time for which the rent is owed/past due.
Step 3 – Add the total amount past due.
Step 4 – Enter the rental property address.
Step 5 – Set a deadline (at least 10 days) when the rent must be paid in full.
Step 6 – Sign and date.
Step 7 – Serve the tenant with the notice and complete the record of service section stating who, how and when the tenant was served.
• Nonpayment of Rent: 3 days (<3 months tenancy). § 58-2508, 10 days (3 months or longer tenancy) § 58-2507
• Noncompliance: 14 days. § 58-2564
• Termination (Month-to-Month Lease): 30 days. § 58-2570
• Eviction Lawsuit: Eviction lawsuit. Article 38 § 61-3801 – § 61-3808