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Alaska landlords, if your tenant is using the rental unit for illegal purposes, serve him/her with this Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Illegal Activity on Premises or Use of Premises for Illegal Purpose. - The Notice informs the tenant that the tenancy is terminated because of illegal activities being conducted in the premises (such as prostitution, gambling, drug use, etc.). - The tenant has 5 days to vacate the premises, failing which the landlord can start an eviction action. - The form also includes a Record of Service form so you can record the details of how the Notice was served on the tenant. This Alaska Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Illegal Activity on Premises or Use of Premises for Illegal Purpose form is available as a Microsoft Word download.
NOTICE TO TENANT OF TERMINATION OF TENANCY FOR ILLEGAL ACTIVITY ON PREMISES OR USE OF PREMISES FOR ILLEGAL PURPOSE To: [Full name of Tenant] Rental Unit: [Full address of the rental unit] You have seriously violated the law and/or your rental agreement by engaging in an illegal activity on the above noted premises or by using the premises for an illegal purpose as follows: [Describe the violation(s), e.g. prostitution, gambling, illegal activity involving a controlled substance.] Pursuant to AS 09.45.090(a)(2)(G), you are hereby notified that your tenancy is terminated on the _____ day of ______________, _______, at ____ o’clock AM/PM, which is not less than five (5) days from the date this notice is served on you, and you must vacate the premises not later than this date and time. If you have not moved by the date and time indicated on this notice, a lawsuit may be commenced to evict you and recover possession of the Rental Unit. Date: __________________________ (Landlord/Property Manager Signature) (Landlord/Property Manager Name) -2- RECORD OF SERVICE Instructions: Serve the original of the Notice of T
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