The Alaska 5-day notice to quit for illegal activity is a letter sent by a landlord to a tenant to inform them of a lease violation related to illegal activity on the rental premises. Upon receipt, the tenant will have five (5) days to move out of the premises. If they have not moved out in the allotted timeframe, the landlord will have the legal right to pursue the tenant in a court of law by filing an eviction suit. This notice is incurable, meaning the tenant cannot remedy the situation by ceasing the illegal activity or curing the violation in some capacity.
Laws – AS 09.45.090(a)(2)(G)
Illegal Activity (AS 34.03.120(b)):
- Illegal activity involving alcoholic beverages;
- Controlled substances or imitations thereof; and
- Permitting any other individuals to engage in the same.