The Alaska five (5) day notice to quit is a document that is given to a tenant if they are performing illegal activity on the property or have been put on notice of a previous non-compliance in the last six (6) months. The notice states that the tenant must move-out by the end of the five-day period and if they do not that they face a possible legal case against them known as the Forcible Entry and Detainer, or simply “F.E.D.”.
2nd Violation – If the tenant has violated the lease in the same manner twice in the previous six (6) months this notice may also be filed against them. Under such circumstances, the lease would be terminated and the tenant would be required to move-out within the five (5) day period.
Laws – § 09.45.090