Alaska Month-to-Month Lease Agreement
An Alaska Month-to-Month Lease Agreement is a short-term lease for landlords who prefer a short-term (less than a year) contract. Per § 34.03.290 of Alaska Law, the landlord or the tenant can terminate the agreement with a notice of at least thirty (30) days before the next rent payment. Compared to a standard lease, a periodic tenancy allows landlords to increase prices with minimal notice, evict tenants for any reason, and change the lease contract terms after the end of each monthly period.
Statute: § 34.03.290(b))
Notice to Terminate: Thirty (30) days’ notice from the landlord or tenant.