A Kansas 10-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent is a legal document used by landlords to inform tenants who have failed to pay rent that they have ten days to pay rent or vacate the premises. If the tenant fails to comply within the ten-day period, the landlord can bring a court action against the tenant and file a forcible detainer lawsuit to evict them from the dwelling.
This notice applies to tenants who have a lease term of three months or longer. For shorter tenancy periods, landlords must use the 3-Day Notice to Quit.
Governing Law:§ 58-2507