A Kansas standard residential lease agreement establishes a fixed-term rental between a landlord and tenant for the use of a residential property. In return for the housing quarters, tenants pay a lump sum for rental-related costs and utilities like water and electricity. Such leases typically last one year (12 months), and some contain provisions that allow for renewals upon the final leasing date. Prior to signing, the parties should negotiate costs and other conditions in order to reach a mutual accord. During the application process, landlords may perform background checks on interested individuals, thus inquiring about the prospect’s criminal and financial history and determining if they are a good fit.
Handbook – Kansas Tenants Handbook
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