Maximum – There’s no limit on the amount Landlords can charge their Tenants in Kentucky.
Returns – When the lease agreement between a landlord and tenant ends, the landlord must return the tenant’s deposit within a specific time frame. According to the law, the landlord must return the deposit within sixty (60) days from the termination date.
Identification – Landlords must disclose any persons authorized to enter the rental property in the agreement.
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – The lead-based paint disclosure form is required if the rental property was built before 1978.
Move-in Inspection Disclosure Form – When accepting a security deposit, landlords must report pre-existing property damage on a Move-In Inspection Form.
Receipt – Landlords must provide Tenants with a security deposit receipt, including bank location and account number.
Grace Period – There’s no grace period in Kentucky rather Landlords can send Tenants a notice to quit on the day after the rent due date.
Maximum – Landlords can charge 20-25% (whichever is greater) of the rent amount.
NSF Fee – $50 per bounced check.
The landlord is required to provide a minimum of two (2) days’ notice to the tenant before accessing the premises for any non-emergency purpose. However, the landlord may enter the unit without prior notice in an emergency.