Alaska 14 Day Notice to Vacate

Last Updated: August 23, 2022 by Marnie Snyder

An Alaska 14 Day Notice to Vacate is an official lease termination letter written to end a week-to-week tenancy. As long as rent is current, this notice is provided to either party at least fourteen (14) calendar days before the termination date set forth in the notice.

When to Use an Alaska 14 Day Notice to Vacate

A landlord or a tenant may use an Alaska 14-Day Notice to Vacate to end a week-to-week tenancy as long as rent is current. This lease termination letter may also be used for tenants with no written lease that pay rent weekly. There is no option to continue the arrangement and the tenancy will terminate within fourteen (14) calendar days.

How to Write an Alaska 14 Day Notice to Vacate

The 14 Day Notice to Vacate form is to be completed as follows:

  1. State who the legal letter is addressed to (use full name of the receiving party).
  2. Include the termination date of the lease or tenancy.
  3. Fill in the full address of the rental premises.
  4. For tenants, provide your new address and an updated phone number.
  5. Sign the notice and print your name.
  6. For landlords, include contact information, such as address and phone number.
  7. Complete the certificate of service by indicating the date and method of notice delivery along with printed name and signature.

Without this information on the notice, a judge may not be able to proceed with legal action.

How to Serve an Alaska 14 Day Notice to Vacate

A landlord or a tenant can deliver an Alaska 14 Day Notice to Vacate using any of the below acceptable methods:

  1. Handing the notice to the other party in person;
  2. Handing the notice to a person who can accept the legal letter on behalf of the other party;
  3. Mailing the notice by registered or certified mail with a return receipt.

When sending the notice by certified or registered mail , add three (3) additional calendar days to the notice period to account for variability in post office delivery times.

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