Alaska Rental Lease Agreement Templates

The Alaska Lease Agreements allow for a person to be able to occupy commercial or residential property by establishing a written contract with the property owner or their representative. The agreement becomes legally binding after it is signed and may only be terminated after following the required notices by law or through mutual agreement.

Form Description Types

Alaska Residential Lease Agreement

The Alaska standard lease agreement may be used for a home, apartment, or any residential property to bind a lessor and lessee for a fixed period usually lasting one (1) year. The lessee, once the agreement is authorized, is obligated to…Read more ›

Alaska Sublease Agreement

The Alaska sublease agreement is a form that is used by current tenants in order to find someone else to occupy a room or the entire space. The tenant will have to view their lease to ensure that subletting is…Read more ›

Alaska Rental Application

The Alaska rental application is a form used by property owners to verify the credentials of a prospective tenant that include; income, employment, previous landlord(s), background, and their credit report. All possible tenants must sign off verifying that their information…Read more ›

Alaska Month to Month Rental Agreement

The Alaska month to month rental agreement is for landlords and tenants seeking to have a tenancy at will in which either party may elect to change or terminate the contract with thirty (30) days’ notice. The landlord should keep…Read more ›

Alaska Commercial Lease Agreement

The Alaska commercial lease agreement is a document used to signup a landlord and a business tenant which is usually under the name of an entity for the occupation of space in return for rent. The types of space involved…Read more ›

Every lease in Alaska must contain the following disclosures written in the rental agreement per Statute 34-03-080;

Agency Disclosure

The owner must disclose the person is allowed to represent them, if any, by listing their full name, telephone number, and address.


Unless otherwise stated in the agreement, if the tenant leaves the property for more than seven (7) days, they must notify the landlord.

Security Deposit

The landlord must state the conditions for holding back or deducting from the Security Deposit at the end of the lease term.

Alaska Landlord-Tenant Laws

Security Deposit

State law requires a landlord to collect a maximum of two (2) months’ rent unless the monthly payment exceeds $2,000.

Returning Security Deposit

As If the tenant moves out on the specified date in the agreement, the landlord must return the deposit within fourteen (14) days. If the tenant does not give legal notice or leave at the date written in the agreement, the landlord has thirty (30) days to return the deposit.

Access to Property

The landlord must give the tenant at least twenty-four (24) hours notice before entering the property for a non-emergency entry. This power is not to be abused and should only be considered for maintenance or alterations to the premises.

Late Rent

Rent is due on the date written in the contract. There is no grave period. If payment is not made at the required time the landlord may charge a late fee and begin the eviction process by issuing the 7-Day Notice to Quit. *An eviction is also known as a “Forcible Entry and Detainer”.

Breaking a Lease

If the tenant breaks the lease agreement the landlord may send the following notices;

  • 10-Day Notice – For any reason other than payment of rent including; property damage, misrepresentation of a material fact in the rental application, or affecting the health and safety of the premises.