Updated on January 29th, 2022
The Alaska 30-day notice to quit (lease termination letter) is a document used by landlords and tenants for legally ending a periodic tenancy. The form is only to be used with leases that do not have a fixed end date. Both parties are required to uphold the thirty (30) day minimum notice requirement. This provides tenants with a means of making adequate plans prior to their move-out date and gives landlords time to find a new tenant to lease the property. The parties should be aware that the notice period begins after the other party receives the notice, not after the notice is sent.
Laws – AS 34.03.290(b)