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Alaska 5 Day Notice to Quit – Illegal Activity is issued to a tenant (who is in possession of the property) if they are performing illegal activity in the State of Alaska. The notice states that the tenant must move-out (quit the property) by the end of the five-day period. If the tenant doesn’t quit then the Landlord can file a legal case against the tenant.
How to Write
Name of the County:
Mention in which County the property is in Alaska.
Then enter the name of the tenant who is currently in possession of the property.
Details of Violations:
In accordance to Alaska Statutes AS 34.03.120, mention the violations committed by tenant.
Date of Notice:
Provide a specific date when this notice of quit is issued or date of signing this notice specifying Date, Month & Year.
Landlord’s should sign the notice.
Name of Landlord:
Enter the name of Landlord in print format.
This notice could be issued in two modes either by hand delivery or by mail delivery system. If the tenant doesn’t quit the property or comply with the rules (Title 24 Property, Chapter 3 Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, Section 120 Tenant Obligations), then a legal case could be registered against the tenant and the landlord may start an Eviction process from the court.