Alaska Month-to-Month Lease Agreement
Download the Alaska Month-to-Month Lease Agreement, a short-term lease agreement for tenants that don’t want to be bound by a long-term contract. According to § 34.03.290 of Alaska Law, the landlord or tenant can terminate the periodic contract with at least thirty (30) days before the rent is due. The trade-off for having a short-term contract is that the landlord can increase prices, evict the tenant (for essentially any reason), or change the terms of the contract after each monthly term is up.
Landlord-Tenant Laws: §§ 34.03.010 to 34.03.360
Security Deposit Limit (§ 34.03.070(a)): Cannot exceed two (2) months’ rent. Exception: The monthly rent is equal to or greater than $2,000 / month.
Notice to Terminate (§ 34.03.290(b)): Thirty (30) day notice from either the landlord or tenant.
Raising Rent: Landlords need to provide tenants with a minimum notice of thirty (30) days prior to raising the rent.