An Alaska month-to-month rental agreement is a housing contract that establishes a flexible tenancy arrangement for renters and landlords in the state of Alaska. Unlike traditional fixed-term leases, this agreement renews automatically on a monthly basis unless either the tenant or landlord provides the required notice to terminate it.
The agreement also outlines agreed-upon terms and conditions regarding pets, smoking, property maintenance, and other essential aspects of the tenancy. It’s essential to have these in the document to avoid any misunderstandings between tenants and landlords.
Minimum Termination Period: In Alaska, either party needs to provide written notice 30 days in advance to terminate the rental agreement.
Law: Alaska Stat. § 34.03.290.