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Alaska Eviction Laws

Termination and Eviction Rules in Alaska

Tenants involved in illegal activity on the premises may be given an unconditional quit notice that basically says the tenant has five days to move out before an eviction is filed. Here is the timeframes and under which circumstances such a notice can be given:

24 hours – Tenant or guest intentionally causing more than $400 of damage to landlord’s property or same violation of lease within 6 months

5 days – Specified illegal activity on the premises

3 days – Failure to pay utility bills twice within six months

10 days – Refusal to allow the landlord to enter

10 days – Violators of agreement materially affecting health and safety; 3 days to cure for failing to pay utility bills, resulting in shut-off, additional 2 to vacate.