Kansas Month-to-Month Lease Agreement Mobile App
The Kansas Month to Month Lease Agreement is a lease agreement made between a landlord and a tenant, or tenants, for month-to-month tenancy in a rental premise in Kansas.
How does it work?
The lease covers standard landlord/tenant matters such as security deposit, whether or not the property is pet friendly, how non-payment of rent is handled, notice that non-payment of rent that is uncured can trigger the eviction process, and other information that can protect the landlord and the tenant. Month to month rentals typically have no lease term (that is, the lease can be terminated with a month's notice by either party), and the rental agreement is specifically designed to allow a landlord to lease rental property to a tenant without a commitment for more than 30 days by either party to the lease agreement. This agreement clearly outlines the number of days notice that is required for the termination of the agreement.