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  • Rental Application
    Prospective tenants will fill out this form for review by the landlord.
  • Sample Occupancy Policy
    Included in the Kansas Landlords Handbook (page 6-7) is a sample occupancy policy for educating your potential tenants.
  • Kansas Residential Lease Agreement
    According to the host site, WikiForms.org, this free multi-page form "...can be used for any property located in Kansas where an owner of property rents to a tenant for payments every month."
  • Month-to-Month Rental Agreement example
    Also known as a “Tenancy at Will”, this agreement allows the landlord and tenant to come to terms on a contract that can be changed at anytime with at least thirty (30) days notice. May be used for short term tenants.
  • Basic Kansas Rental Agreement or Residential Lease w/ Lead Paint Disclosure
    Handyman / Property Management Wichita KS website offers an example of a basic agreement. The website also has a step-by-step guide to screening tenants and other related forms.
  • Eviction (Chapter 61)
    This Judicial Council site offers several relevant forms, each in 3 formats (PDF, WP and RTF)
  • Eviction Notice - samples
    Included in the Kansas Landlords Hand (p. 45-47) are examples of different types of eviction notices.
  • Inspection Checklist
    This form is designed to assist in recording the condition of a rental unit upon moving in and moving out. It works best if filled out in the presence of both the property owner and the tenant; each should also keep a copy.
  • Section 8 Housing - Landlord Packet
    The many forms on this site contain information regarding the Kansas City Kansas Housing Authority Section 8 program, as well as sample copies of forms that will be used during the landlord's participation in the Section 8 program.
  • Lawrence Douglas County Housing Authority - for Landlords
    This site provides general information and several forms for landlords in the Section 8/HOME programs in Douglas County.
  • Rental Licensing & Inspection Program - Lawrence
    Effective January 1, 2015, all rental properties in Lawrence are required to maintain a valid rental license in compliance with City Ordinance 8840. This site includes the Program Handbook for Owners, Property Managers and Landlords; the handbook is full of information and forms related to the new program.
  • Residential Renting Licensing Program - Lenexa
    The City of Lenexa has adopted and implemented a Residential Rental Licensing Program to help maintain the city’s quality neighborhoods and property values. The program includes a biannual exterior inspection. The site includes an application form and online registration renewal.
  • Landlord Registration - Overland Park
    Owners of single family, duplex or triplex rental properties are required by city ordinance to register their property with the city. This site offers both an online registration form and online renewal.

Tenant

Please be advised Wheat Law Library staff MAY NOT provide legal advice, recommend any specific course of legal action, assist in completion of any forms, advise on how a particular term or definition applies to a specific situation, interpret statutes or rules, or advise whether a particular statute or rule applies in a specific situation.  

  • Renter's Checklist
    This checklist from the Salina Landlord & Tenant Handbook (p.21) is a useful guide for tenants looking for housing.
  • Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Application
    Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) is a program designed to help income-eligible households with rent, security deposit, and/or utility deposit programs. Assistance in the form of a rental payment helps reduce a household’s rent to only 30 percent of their income. This form is an application to get on the TBRA waiting list.
  • Rental Application
    Prospective tenant will fill out this form for review by landlord.
  • Inspection Checklist
    This form is designed to assist in recording the condition of the rental unit upon moving in and moving out. It works best if filled out in the presence of both the property owner and the tenant; each should keep a copy.
  • Kansas Sublease Agreement example
    The sublease agreement is for tenants that currently occupy space under a lease agreement and would like to re-rent the same property to someone else, also referred to as the “Subleasee”.
    ***Most standard lease agreements forbid subletting so the tenant may have to get written permission from the landlord in order to do this.***
  • Small Claims Court
    The forms on this Judicial Council site may be useful if you can’t settle a dispute with the landlord about your security deposit return or damage charges upon termination of the lease.
  • Housing Intake Data Form (discrimination complaint)
    A Kansas Human Rights Commission for for filing a housing discrimination complaint. Housing complaints must be filed within one year of the last date of incident.
  • HUD Form 903 Online Complaint
    Federal law prohibits housing discrimination based on your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability. If you have been trying to buy or rent a home or apartment and you believe your civil rights have been violated, you can file your fair housing complaint online with HUD.
  • Emergency Housing Assistance
    This application form is for the Emergency Solution Grants (ESG) Program. The program is designed to identify sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons, as well as those at risk of homelessness, and provide the services necessary to help those persons quickly regain stability in permanent housing after experiencing a housing crisis and/or homelessness.
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