The Kansas three (3) day notice to pay or quit is to be used by a landlord when a tenant refuses or neglects to pay their rent. Kansas law does not specify a grace period for rent payments. Therefore, the landlord is permitted to deliver the notice to the tenant on the day following the date rent is due. The tenant will be allowed three (3) days to either pay the total rent or vacate the dwelling. If the tenant does not pay their rent or move out within three (3) days, the lease will be terminated, and the landlord can file a Forcible Detainer (eviction lawsuit) to seek a judgment for eviction.
Note: The Kansas 3-Day Notice to Pay or Quit is only meant to be used on tenancies set for less than three (3) months.
Laws – § 58-2508