5) LIEN AND ABANDONMENT OF PROPERTY: Landlord has a lien upon all personnel property located in Landlord's premises for rent, labor or other charges, present or future, including expenses necessary for the preservation of or expenses reasonably incurred in the sale or other disposition of said property. Under the Kansas Self Storage Act, before or the lien may be enforced on or after the 180th day of default. The operator must send a notice of default to the last know address of the lease by first class mail. A second notice of default must also be sent by restricted mail not less than seven days after the first notice advising that the property will be sold if payment is not made in 10 days. The second letter will meet all requirements listed in K.S.A. 58-817, and send a notice to any lienholder. Any vehicle which shall remain after the expiration of termination of this agreement, shall be deemed to have been abandoned and either may be retained by the Landlord as its own property or sold. If such property , shall be sold, the Landlord may receive and retain the proceeds of such sale and apply the cost of moving, repair, keys, postage of letters, advertisement of sale, title searches and storage, and any arrears of basic and additional charges and any damages which the Landlord may be entitled to under this agreement, or in accordance with the law. In the event the Tenant's rental, due on the first calendar day of the current month, remains unpaid by 4:00 pm on the second calendar day, the Landlord shall have the right to place its own lock on the unit. "Remain Unpaid" shall be defined as failure to tender rent, or tendering a check that is subsequently dishonored on presentment. Landlord shall remove its lock when the entire amount owed by the Tenant is paid. In the event the Tenant's rental remains unpaid for one hundred and eighty (180) days or more, the Landlord has the right to send a first class letter and an email (if email is provided) to the Tenant's provided addresses. The letter will provide the Tenant a minimum amount to pay on the late rent within thirty (30) days. If Tenant does not satisfy the stipulations given by the letter, Landlord reserves the right to satisfy the above -described lien by taking possession of and selling the contents of the rental by any method Landlord chooses. If the amount realized by the sale of the Tenant's personal property exceeds the total amount owed by the Tenant, the Landlord will hold said amount in trust for one (1) year . Landlord must provide this amount to Tenant within the year Tenant calls for it. If Tenant does not claim any amount exceeding the amount owed within one year, Landlord will submit said amount to the State Treasury in accordance with the Kansas Self Storage Act and other applicable laws.