An Alaska 10-day notice to quit for non-compliance is used by landlords to notify tenants of a lease violation or non-compliance with rental agreements, other than non-payment of rent. This notice typically gives the tenant a specific period to remedy the violation or behavior, such as unauthorized pets, excessive noise, or other lease breaches, or vacate the rental property.
If the tenant fails to rectify the issue or move out within the specified timeframe, the landlord may proceed with eviction proceedings per Alaska’s landlord-tenant laws. If the tenant remedies the breach but commits the same violation within six months of the initial one, the landlord has the right to terminate the lease, providing a 5-day notice to quit.
Notice Types – In Alaska, there are two types of notices:
- Curable – Involving issues that tenants can remedy, often seen in cases of minor non-compliance issues.
- Noncurable – Concerning problems that tenants cannot rectify. These violations typically involve severe breaches, such as terminating a month-to-month lease or engaging in deliberate property damage or illegal activities.