Kansas Security Deposit Demand Letter

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Updated April 07, 2022

A Kansas security deposit demand letter is a letter sent by a tenant when a landlord fails to return the tenant’s security deposit at the end of a lease agreement. It is mandatory by law that landlords return a tenant’s security deposit within thirty (30) days of the tenant vacating the premises. Failure to do so may entitle the tenant to one and a half times the initial deposit amount. If there are any expenses, damages or other charges relating to the rental property, the landlord may retain the security deposit or a portion thereof to remedy these charges. The landlord must provide a list of such damages and costs to the tenant in a written statement.

Laws§ 58-2550