Alaska Seven (7) Day Notice to Quit | Non-Payment of Rent – Form CIV-725

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An 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, 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 Statute. Therefore, rent is presumed to be due on the day stated in the lease agreement.

LawsAS § 34.03.220

Notice & Delivery AS § 09.45.100 – This notice is to be delivered via registered/certified mail (return receipt requested), or hand-delivered to the tenant, or left at the premises if the tenant is absent at that moment.

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