Alaska Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

The Alaska lease agreements create a legal rental contract between a landlord and tenant for any type of commercial (retail, office, industrial, etc.) or residential property (apartment, home, room, etc.). The contracts are legally binding and allow, in general, a party (known as the ‘tenant’ or ‘lessee’) to use commercial or residential space in exchange for a monthly rent. Both parties will be obligated to fulfill their duties under their terms and conditions.


Alaska Lease Agreements

An Alaska Commercial Lease Agreement, also called a “Business Lease,” is an agreement that allows a retail, corporation, or industrial business to rent out a property at a monthly cost. In general, there are three commercial lease variants that are used: Gross, Modified Gross, and Triple Net (NNN). A Gross Commercial Lease is one in which the tenant pays one gross sum for their monthly rent and from that sum the landlord will cover any other expenses such as repairs and utilities….

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The Alaska seven (7) day notice to quit (Form CIV-725) is served on a tenant that is late on their rent. In Alaska, if the tenant is late by even one (1) day, the landlord may serve the notice to quit the premises. After being served the notice (commonly by certified letter with return receipt) the tenant will be ordered to either pay all back-owed rent or vacate the premises within seven (7) days. When is Rent Due? – No…

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The Alaska rental application is a document generally used by a landlord of a rental property to screen their tenants, ensuring that the accepted individual is someone responsible and honest who can afford to pay the rental costs and can be expected to do so in a punctual manner. The landlord is within their rights to charge any applicant for the application fee associated with any background check and the like. This cost can be applied whether the potential tenant is…

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The Alaska Sublease Agreement allows the tenant of a property (called the “Sublessor”) to lease out the currently rented property to another potential tenant (called the “Sublessee”). The sublessee does not directly pay the landlord but pays the sublessor, who in turn delivers the payment to the landlord. This situation is common for college students or for individuals that want to lessen the burden of their monthly payments by acquiring a roommate. It is highly recommended that the sublessor do…

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The Alaska month-to-month lease agreement is a contract between the tenant and the landlord, one which dictates that the tenant must pay rent every month in order to remain a lessee. This is a binding contract with no end date that can be terminated any month if the tenant or landlord so wishes (provided proper notice was given). If the landlord is worried about potential damage to the property, the landlord can require the tenant to pay a security deposit…

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The Alaska Standard Residential Lease Agreement is the simplest and most common lease agreement document. Generally speaking, the form is used to outline a twelve (12) month contract between a tenant and a landlord although a longer duration is possible. The agreement provides a thorough and definitive set of terms and conditions under which both parties must operate while detailing such provisions as the cost of rent, the existence of a security deposit, and the acceptance of pets on the…

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Landlord Identification (§ 34.03.080) – The landlord must identify to the tenant the person(s) allowed to manage the premises.

Security Deposit Withholding (§ 34.03.070) – The landlord must inform the tenant of the conditions that would permit them to withhold part or all of the Security Deposit at the end of the lease term. For example, if the landlord wants to keep a portion of the deposit due to a damaged window, this language must be included in the lease.

Landlord-Tenant Laws – See the full list of laws in the Landlord & Tenant Act (PUB-30)


Maximum (§ 34.03.070) – The landlord may charge up to two (2) months' rent unless the monthly amount is over two-thousand dollars ($2,000). If more, there is no security deposit limit.

Returning (§ 34.03.070) – The landlord must return the deposit to the tenant within fourteen (14) days of the lease end date. If the tenant left the property without proper notice, the landlord has thirty (30) days to return the funds.


In accordance with § 34.03.140, the landlord has the right to enter the property for any non-emergency reason with twenty-four (24) hours written notice to the tenant.


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