Updated on August 29th, 2022
The Kansas 3-day notice to quit is an eviction letter for a tenant with a lease term of three (3) months or less who have neglected to pay their periodic rent payment. If the tenant fails to pay by the designated due date, this notice may be used to inform the individual that they must either pay rent or vacate within three (3) days. The tenant’s non-compliance with the notice to quit will permit the landlord to file an eviction lawsuit with the court. For longer tenancy periods, the landlord must instead use the 10-Day Notice to Quit.
Laws – § 58-2508
Rent Grace Period (§ 58-2545(c)) – None; rent payments must be made in the manner indicated in the rental agreement unless otherwise agreed upon by the tenant and landlord.
10-Day Notice to Quit for Non-Payment – For a tenancy with a term that is three (3) months or longer, ’this notice can be served on tenants who have failed to pay their rent indicating that they must do so within ten (10) days or face eviction.
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