A Kansas 14-day notice to quit for non-compliance is a legal document that informs a tenant they have violated their rental agreement. It gives the tenant a period of 14 days to cure their lease violations or thirty days to vacate the premises.
If the violation is remedied within the initial 14-day period, the tenant can retain their tenancy. However, if the tenant commits a similar violation after the expiration of the initial notice period, the landlord may deliver a second notice, requiring the tenant to vacate within 30 days without the possibility of retaining their tenancy.
This notice is typically served when a tenant breaches the lease agreement by causing harm to others and terminates the lease unless the breach is remedied within 14 days.
Governing Law:K.S.A. 58-2564(1)