A Kansas lease termination letter (30-day notice) is mandatory when terminating a month-to-month rental agreement. This document is crucial as it fulfills the legal requirement for ending such an agreement. According to the 2021 Kansas Code Chapter 58, Article 25, either the landlord or tenant must give at least a 30-day notice before terminating the lease.
This notice period helps to avoid any financial stress and provides sufficient time to find a new tenant or place to live. Giving more notice than the required 30 days is recommended for a smooth transition. Failure to comply with the notice period may result in eviction.
Governing Law: § 58-2570(b)