Alaska 24 Hour Notice to Quit – Deliberate Damage

The Alaska 24 hour notice to quit is sent to a tenant that is found to have caused deliberate damage to the premises. The tenant will be asked to leave the property immediately and, if they refuse, the landlord will be forced to file an eviction action in their local court (or “Forcible Entry and Detainer”).

The wording “substantial damage” is not defined although has been speculated to mean damage that would deem the premises to be uninhabitable such as a fire or excessive flooding.

Laws – AS 09.45.090(2)(B)