Kansas  |  Landlord & Tenant Law

Legal Question

Asked on: 4/17/13, 9:54 am

Hello, I have a Residential (year long) Lease, on our house in LV, KS with 2 tenants. There is still 4 mo. left on that lease & one of the tenants just texted me that he is moving out & the other tenant (his brother) already moved out. We have an Abandonment clause in the lease that states, if they abandon the premises before the end of the lease they are in default of the lease agreement & that we can seek judgment against them for rent for the remainder of the lease. Can they just leave before the lease is up? Can we go after them in court? the laws on this in KS are confusing. What can we do? I'm out of state, that's why we put our house for rent. My husband had to move for his job & we couldn't sell the house before we moved. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

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