The Kansas ten (10) day notice to pay or quit is used to inform tenants that they must pay rent within ten (10) days or else they will be forced to vacate. The tenant may be served with the notice to pay or quit immediately after they neglect to pay rent by the due date (unless the lease specifies a grace period). If the tenant can pay the total sum within ten (10) days, the tenancy will not be terminated, and the tenant will retain possession of the rental unit. However, if the notice period expires and the tenant does not pay or vacate, the landlord will have the authorization to file an eviction lawsuit with the court.
Note: This eviction notice should only be used for tenancies lasting longer than three (3) month.
Laws – § 58-2507