The Kansas thirty (30) day notice to quit is used by either the landlord or tenant to inform the other party of an impending lease termination. The tenant must vacate the rental unit within thirty (30) after the letter is executed and served. If the tenant continues to occupy the dwelling past the thirty (30) day notice period, the landlord will need to file an eviction lawsuit in the district court where the tenant resides. The notice should be given directly to the other party or to another resident of the property who is above the age of twelve (12). If neither individuals can be served, the notice may be sent by mail or posted on the front door/window of the residence.
Laws – § 58-2570