The first step in the Alaska Eviction Process is the landlord giving the tenant notice that they are going to evict. It is a requirement that this Notice be given to your tenant prior to an eviction case being filed. There are 5 different kinds of Notice to Quit in Alaska - each one used for a different situation: Non-Payment of Rent requires a 7 Day Notice, Breach of Duties requires a 10 Day Notice, Causing more than $400.00 of Damage requires 24 Hour Notice, Engaging in Illegal Activities and Failure to Pay Utilities both require 5 Day Notice.Usually after receiving this Notice, your tenant will either comply with your demand or move out.
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