2020 Alaska Statutes
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 45. Actions Relating to Real Property
Article 2. Forcible Entry and Detainer.
Sec. 09.45.100. Notice to quit.

Universal Citation: AK Stat § 09.45.100 (2020)

(a) Except where service of written notice is made under AS 09.45.090(a)(1) or (b)(1), or except when notice to quit is not required by AS 09.45.090(a)(3) or (b)(3), a person entitled to the premises who seeks to recover possession of the premises may not commence and maintain an action to recover possession of premises under AS 09.45.060 - 09.45.160 unless the person first gives a notice to quit to the person in possession.

(b) To recover possession of premises after a tenant or person in possession has failed or refused to pay rent due, service of the written notice required by AS 34.03.220(b) or of a demand in writing for possession of the premises

(1) constitutes notice to quit, and service of a separate notice to quit is not required; and

(2) satisfies the requirements of (c) of this section and AS 34.03.310(c).

(c) A notice to quit shall be in writing and shall be served upon the tenant or person in possession by being

(1) delivered to the tenant or person;

(2) left at the premises in case of absence from the premises; or

(3) sent by registered or certified mail.

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