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Create and Download the Kansas Residential Lease & Rental Agreement printable PDF for Landlords. This state-specific Lease is customizable and includes KS laws.

Document Last Modified: 9/14/2022

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Kansas Residential Lease Agreement

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Kansas Landlords need a Lease Agreement that’s state-specific, customizable, and comprehensive. Ours is all 3. Plus it’s EZ to create!

  1. Follow user-friendly prompts to customize your Lease online in minutes.
  2. Get State Assist tips that point out important state laws as you build your Lease.
  3. All state-required terms, clauses, and disclosures are automatically included in your Lease Agreement.
  4. Add any additional disclosures, addendums, or documents with just the click of a button.
  5. Review and sign your Lease Agreement entirely online using our electronic signing tool, ezSign.

Landlord-Tenant Laws

Category State Law

Ending and Renewing

Fixed-Term Lease: Notice is not required for Lease termination and the Tenant shall vacate the premises at the end of the Lease term unless otherwise specified within the lease.

Month-to-Month Lease: Written notice must be given at least 10 days prior to the expiration of the current month.

Security Deposit

For Unfurnished Leased Premises: An amount not to exceed 1 month's rent is permitted.

For Furnished Leased Premises: An amount not to exceed 1 1/2 month's rent is permitted.

Pet Occupied Leased Premises: An additional amount not to exceed 1/2 month's rent may be collected by the Landlord.

Please Note: Security deposits must be placed in a bank, credit union, or savings & loan account insured by the federal government and may not commingle with the Landlord's personal funds.

Returned Payment Fee

Returned payment fees must not exceed $30. Kan. Stat. Ann. § 60-2610

Non-Refundable Fees

There are no stated regulations limiting the collection of non-refundable fees.

Late Fee

Late fees should remain reasonable and related to the Landlord's actual expenses incurred. If the landlord will be charging a late fee, it must be specified within the Rental Agreement.

Non-Refundable Fees

There are no stated regulations limiting the collection of non-refundable fees.

Insurance Requirements

Landlords may require tenants to obtain rental insurance and could make the failure to do so a breach of the Lease Agreement.

Notice to Enter

A landlord shall have the right to enter leased premises with reasonable notice and must be within reasonable hours.

Landlord Requirements

The Landlord or any person authorized to enter into a Rental Agreement on the Landlord's behalf shall disclose to the Tenant in writing, at or before the commencement of the tenancy, the name and address of:

(1) The person authorized to manage the premises; and

(2) an owner of the premises or a person authorized to act for and on behalf of the owner for the purpose of service and for the purpose of receiving and receipt of notices and demands.

Contact your local housing or zoning office to be sure your rental property complies with city and county requirements for inspections, rent control, occupancy limits, property codes, and zoning. Many cities and counties require inspections and registrations and have specific maintenance regulations.

Required Disclosures

  • Authorized Agents Identification: The Landlord or any person authorized to enter into a Rental Agreement on the Landlord's behalf shall disclose in writing at or before the Lease term begins: (1) any person(s) authorized to manage the rental property and (2) an owner or person to act on behalf of the owner to receive notices and demands.
  • Lead-Based Paint Disclosure: Pursuant to federal law, if the property was built before 1978, occupants must be provided with a lead-based paint disclosure.
  • Inventory and Condition of the Property: Within 5 days of the Tenant taking possession of the Rental Unit, the Landlord and Tenant must walk through the property and document the condition of the property. Our Walk-through Checklist is EZ to customize so that all spaces in the property are included in this inventory. Duplicate copies of the inventory should be made and signed by both parties. The Tenant should be given a copy of the signed inventory.
addenda and disclosures

Have another disclosure you’d like to include? We have over 25 that Landlords can choose from and add to their Lease Package with just a click of a button. For example, a Pet Addendum, a Winter Weather Addendum, or a Tenant Guest Policy.

Pro Tip: All state-required forms and disclosures are automatically included in our

Kansas Lease Agreement. One less thing for Landlords to worry about!

Frequently Asked Questions

Who needs a Lease Agreement in Kansas?

Anyone who rents real estate needs a Lease Agreement. This is true whether you rent a single-family home, apartment, duplex, or condo. The Lease is the document that outlines all terms of the rental relationship. It also protects the Landlord, or lessor, and Tenant, or lessee, should there be any disputes.

While a basic Lease form or generic, fillable Lease is better than nothing, it can leave Landlords without the complete protection that they need. A simple state agreement, like the one offered by the Kansas Association of Realtors, is better but can still leave Landlords unprotected.

To make sure that you and your Rental Unit are protected, it’s vital to have a thorough state-specific Lease Agreement in place before handing over possession of the property.

How long can a residential Lease be in Kansas?

The standard Lease term in Kansas is one year (12 months). However, shorter and longer Lease terms are recognized as long as they’re clearly stated in the Lease Agreement. To help meet every Landlord’s need, we offer a Vacation Rental Agreement, Month-to-Month Lease Agreement, and short-term Lease Agreement.

Does a Lease Agreement have to be signed to be legally binding?

Yes, the Lease Agreement needs to be signed by both the Landlord and Tenant to be legally binding. It does not need to be notarized to be considered legal and binding. That said, it can be notarized if the parties want to do so.

How should I store my Kansas Rental Contract?

It’s important that you securely store signed Lease Agreements and that they’re accessible to refer back to as needed. There are lots of options when it comes to storing your Leases. Our Kansas Residential Lease Agreement is automatically stored securely on the cloud once it’s signed. Landlords can access it there via ezCloudStorage.

In addition, our Leases are EZ to print or download as a PDF. There are plenty of options to meet every Landlord’s needs.

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Kansas Rental Forms and Templates

The Lease Agreement is only one of the many forms that Landlords need. That’s why we have over 400 Landlord forms available!

  • Rental Application: Our Free Rental Application is the EZ way to screen Tenants. All you need is an Applicant’s name and email address to send them a Rental Application and/or a Screening Request for a complete Tenant Screening.
  • Welcome Letter: There’s lots of information to share with renters at move-in. Our Welcome Letter can be customized to include all important information about your rental unit.
  • Rent Ledger: Use this document to keep track of rent payments. Pro Tip: If a Tenant falls behind on rent, it’s helpful for the Landlord to have clear documentation of all paid or unpaid charges.
  • Kansas 3-Day Notice for Nonpayment of Rent: Use this form when a Tenant has unpaid rent. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
  • Kansas 10-Day Notice to Vacate for Nonpayment of Rent: Use this form if a Tenant has not paid rent for three months. It gives the Tenant 10 days to either get current on rent or vacate the property.
  • Kansas 14-Day Notice to Perform or Vacate: Use this notice for a Lease violation other than nonpayment of rent. It gives Tenants 14 days to cure the Lease violation and, if it’s not cured, the Tenant must be out within 30 days from the date when the notice was issued.

Need another form? Our library has over 400 more!

Other State Lease Agreements

Pro Tip: If you have rental properties in multiple states, you need a Lease Agreement for each one. That’s why we offer Landlords state-specific Leases for all 50 states!

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