Delivering The Kansas Eviction Notice is the first step in the Kansas eviction process. It is a requirement that this form be given to your tenant prior to an eviction case being filed. A landlord in Kansas must give the tenant a 3 Day Notice in the case of non-payment of rent, a 14 Day Notice in the case of lease violations, and a 30 Day Notice to end a month-to-month lease. After receiving one of these Kansas Eviction Notices, most tenants either comply with your demand, or move out.
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