The Alaska ten (10) day notice to quit is provided by a landlord who believes that a tenant has violated a portion of their lease that does not involve the monthly rental payment. This may be for any breaking of the arrangement such as damage to the premises, unkept property, sound complaint, or any violation of their contract. This notice is designated to state the complaint and have the tenant cure the issue or vacate the property within the time-frame, 10 days, as provided by AS 09.45.090.
- If the landlord has issued this notice before in the last six (6) then they may be able to issue a Five-Day Notice to Quit which is incurable and the tenant will be required to leave the premises.
How to Write
Step 2 – Complete the document by entering:
- Address of the property
- Describe the non-compliance
- Date, print name, and sign the form either by the landlord or their respective agent