Kansas Rental Lease Agreement Templates

The Kansas commercial and residential lease contracts are to convert a verbal agreement into a legally binding document. The most common version is the one (1) year standard version  where a tenant is first screened through a rental application before putting up a Security Deposit (if any) and signing. All rental contracts are advised to be authorized with at least one (1) witness or third (3rd) party but it is not required.
Kansas Residential Laws Chapter 58 > Part 6 > Article 25 – Landlords and Tenants

Form Description Types

Kansas Commercial Lease Agreement

A Kansas Commercial Lease Agreement is used for business owners, otherwise known as “the Tenant”, seeking space to operate from a property owner, otherwise known as “the Landlord”, for a fixed period of time. The space being used by the business may…Read more ›

Kansas Sublease Agreement

The Kansas Sublease is a real estate agreement between a tenant on the property, SubLessor, and a individual, SubLessee, looking to occupy a part of or the entire space. The SubLessor’s first objective before seeking a tenant is to make…Read more ›

Kansas Month to Month Rental Agreement

A Kansas month to month lease, or tenancy at will, is a short-term rental contract that allows the use of property without an end date. As long as the monthly payment is made, that is usually on the first (1st),…Read more ›

Kansas Residential Lease Agreement

The Kansas residential lease is an agreement for twelve (12) months between a tenant making monthly payments and a landlord for the use of livable property. Before signing an agreement, there will be a review period for the landlord to…Read more ›

Kansas Rental Application

The Kansas rental application is the screening tool used by property owners to view their credit, background, and to seek references (employment and prior landlords) to see if the tenant is qualified for a lease contract. The process may take…Read more ›


Landlord/Tenant Checklist – All tenants are required to be issued the move-in checklist within five (5) days of the occupancy date.

Owner/Manager Identity – The landlord must write in the lease agreement the names of all individuals allowed on the premises for routine maintenance and upkeep.

Kansas Rental Laws

Security Deposit


The maximum security deposit a landlord may charge for an unfurnished apartment/property is one (1) months’ rent and for a furnished apartment/property is one and a half (1.5) months’ rent.

*Additional deposit is allowed if the tenant has a pet with a maximum of one-half (1/2) month’s rent

Returning the Security Deposit

Landlord must give back the tenant’s Security Deposit within thirty (30) days of the lease termination or vacancy date. If the landlord is to retain any portion of the deposit an itemized list of the deductions must be given to the vacating tenant within fourteen (14) days.


Landlord shall provide reasonable notice to the tenant on any entrances into the leased property for routine maintenance and upkeep.

Late Rent

Rent is due on the date stated in the agreement with no grace period. If the rent is late, the landlord may decide to issue the three (3) day notice to quit that gives the tenant seventy (72) hours to either pay the full amount or vacate the premises. *If the tenant decides to vacate without paying rent, they legally still owe the money owed to the landlord.