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NOTICE TO QUIT

In order to evict tenants, a landlord must first provide them with a written notice to quit. The notice to quit states the landlord's reason for requiring the tenant to vacate.

The Tenant may be evicted for:

  • Damaging the unit

  • Violates the Rental Agreement

  • Acts in an unsafe manner with regards to health and safety

  • Failure to Pay Rent when due 

The Alaska notice to quit must state exactly what the tenant must do within a stated time period in order to avoid eviction. The notice to quit must always state the date and time when the tenant must leave, and inform the tenant that if they remain in the unit after the termination date, the landlord may file a lawsuit against the tenant for removal.

The forcible entry and detainer action is filed if the tenant remains and the landlord is seeking to regain possession. They may also sue for unpaid rent and damages. Don't be confused with the word forcible. The landlord FIRST must file an eviction action with the court and cannot forcible remove you.


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