Kansas Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

The Kansas rental contracts are available for free download in Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word to be filled-in and edited to match the needs of every landlord-tenant relationship. The landlord should always take the tenant's information through the rental application before authorizing any type of binding arrangement. This will allow for the viewing of the individual(s) to be properly screened to view if they are capable of making the monthly payments on-time.


The Kansas notice to quit, according to Statute 61-3803, allows a landlord to serve their tenant after not receiving rent on the due date either through; Leaving it with anyone residing in the household above the age of twelve (12) years old. Posting in a place that will not be altered by someone else. Example: Slipping the notice underneath the door. Mailing via Certified Letter with a Return Receipt The tenant, upon receiving, shall have three (3) days to either pay…


Kansas commercial lease agreements are designed for property owners who wish to lease their property to a determined and financially secure office, retail, or industrial business owner. The landlord should treat the tenant with caution by utilizing a rental application that gives the landlord access to the entity’s financial history as well as the principal, also known as the owner of the business. A simple verification of the entity’s status can be completed by looking-up at the Secretary of State’s Office. Commercial Lease…


The Kansas month to month lease agreement is preferred by individuals who are seeking a rental with no end date due to traveling, business, or any other reason that doesn’t allow them to be restricted to a lengthy lease term. The document ends at the end of every month, and allows the tenant to renew by a simple payment of the monthly rent. Although, in order to terminate the agreement properly, either party will need to give each other at least thirty (30)…


The Kansas Rental Application may be used for any type of lease by the landlord whenever reviewing an applying tenant to a property. After the document’s completion, the landlord may obtain the applying tenant’s background including; rental, employment, and credit history to ensure that only a trustworthy person that will make payments on time is accepted onto the premises. The landlord may also require the tenant to pay the cost of the review, even if the tenant is not accepted. In addition, the landlord…


The Kansas residential lease is the most popular of this type as it is a standard one (1) year term for the use of livable space. The agreement is simple, straightforward, and effective at putting forth the terms and conditions an arrangement for the use of a residence for monthly rent. The only items to negotiate are the monthly rent, who is responsible for the utilities, and the Security Deposit amount (if any). The lease typically goes into effect once…


The Kansas sub-lease is a residential contract common among the college students and generally those who are looking to lessen the burden of their monthly rent costs. The agreement may be modified in two ways; As a roommate arrangement that allows the person who holds the lease with the landlord, “sublessor”, decides to accept a new tenant, “sublessee”, onto the premises by sharing or granting them a room. As a sub-tenant that allows the person who holds the lease with the landlord,…


Move-in Checklist (58-2548) – If the landlord accepts a Security Deposit, the tenant must perform a walk-thru of the property and fill in the checklist within five (5) days of occupancy.

Lead-Based Paint – If the housing unit the tenant is moving into was constructed before 1978 then this document must be attached to the lease and signed by all parties.

LANDLORD-TENANT LAWS – To view all laws read the Kansas Landlord and Tenant Handbook

Security Deposit (58-2550)

Maximum – Un-Furnished residences: One (1) Month | Furnished Residences: One and a Half (1.5) Months

Returning to Tenant – Thirty (30) Days.

Access/Entering (58-2557)

The landlord may access the premises at any reasonable time as long as proper notice is given to the tenant. No exact time-frame is stated.