Leasing agreements in Kansas are legal documents that bind a landlord and tenant to the use of real estate for residential or commercial purposes. The contract usually has a start and end date with the terms of the amount the tenant must pay each month to the landlord. Once the document is signed by all parties, they are legally required to terminate the contract without agreement. The Kansas Standard Residential Lease Agreement Form provides a standard 12-month lease as a reusable contract form. This gives homeowners who use this document a standard, practical method for renting their property, especially if they have multiple sites. Although the agreement itself is designed to cover the basic conditions that are often necessary (or even mandatory) in a rental contract, it will also allow some flexibility in allowing the user to enter the various tradable conditions. That is, those that are unique for each agreement. Step 1 – Enter the day, month and year of the agreement, enter the landlord/property manager and the tenant (tenant) in this order in the first paragraph. In the event of termination due to breach of the lease agreement, the lessor can provide a written notification describing the infringement, while stating that the contract expires within 30 days if the infringement is not corrected within 14 days. In the event of a second violation within six months of the first violation, the lessor will terminate the contract with a 30-day written notification to indicate the infringement and the date of the agreement. Subletting contract – To carry out the subletting deed by which a tenant allows another person, the subtenant, to take his place. Step 3 – Enter the effective date of this agreement and enter the date on which it naturally ends in the first and second empty lines in the «Contract» paragraph. The standard Kansas housing lease is a one-year lease for the settlement of a space worth living.