The Alaska five (5) day notice to quit is a document that is given to a tenant if they are performing illegal activity on the property or have been put on notice of a previous non-compliance in the last six (6) months (per Statute 09.45.090). The notice states that the tenant must move-out by the end of the five-day period and if they do not that they face a possible legal case against them known as the Forcible Entry and Detainer, or simply “F.E.D.”.
How to Write
Step 2 – Fill-in the form with the following information:
- County of property
- List all tenants
- Property address including city and State
- List the tenant’s violation(s)
- Enter the date the tenant must vacate the property
- Landlord must sign the form
Step 3 – The landlord must serve the tenant from one of the following ways listed on Page 2 of the document. The five (5) day count begins when the tenant was served notice.