How Much Can a Landlord Charge for a Security Deposit in Alaska?

This question is about Alaska Security Deposit Law

How Much Can a Landlord Charge for a Security Deposit in Alaska?

The maximum security deposit a landlord can charge in Alaska is 2 months’ rent. If the tenant has a pet, the landlord may charge an additional pet deposit of up to 1 month’s rent on top of the security deposit.

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