Kansas is one of the 15 states that don’t have a law that governs bounty hunters. A copy of the “bail piece”—the legal documentation proving the subject is wanted—and, in some places, a certified copy of the bond—is all that is required to make an arrest. He or she can enter private property without a warrant, make the arrest without reading the suspect their Miranda rights, and does not need to have the warrant to do so.
The contract expressly removes some legal rights from the defendant at the time of bail, including the right for a bounty hunter to re-arrest a wanted person if they try to flee by breaking into their home. Once it is proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the person resides there, this is possible. They are not permitted to search for fugitives inside the homes of friends or family members or any third parties.