The Alaska Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act stipulates the following with regard to a tenant’s use and occupancy of a dwelling unit:
Residential Use and Extended Absence
Unless otherwise agreed, the tenant shall occupy the dwelling unit only as a dwelling unit. The rental agreement shall require that the tenant notify the landlord of an anticipated extended absence from the premises in excess of seven days; however, the notice shall be given as soon as reasonably possible after the tenant knows the absence will exceed seven days.
Article 04. Section 34.03.150.
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