Alaska 7-Day Notice to Pay or Quit Form | CIV-725

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The Alaska seven (7) day notice to pay or quit is used to notify the tenant of un-paid rent and that they have seven (7) days to pay or leave the property. By law, the notice must contain the verbiage that the tenant has the choice of paying or moving. If the tenant tries to pay the late-rent after the seven (7) day period, the landlord has the choice to accept the money and allow the tenant to stay or continue with the eviction and cancel the rental agreement.

Sending – This notice is highly recommended to be sent via certified mail with return receipt or hand delivered to obtain a signature from the tenant that they’ve received the letter. A signature of acceptance or proof that the landlord delivered the notice to quit is required if a forcible entry and detainer is filed.

LawsAS 34.03.220(b)

How to Write

Step 1 – Fill-in empty fields with the following:

  • Tenant’s Name(s)
  • Address of Rental Unit
  • City/State/Zip Code
  • Amount of Rent Owed
  • Date and Time Rent Be Paid
  • Sign and Dated by the Owner/Property Manager
  • Print Name and Title of the Owner/Property Manager

Step 2 – Complete the Landlord’s Record of Service After Serving the Notice to Quit by filling in the following:

  • Date and Specific Time
  • Tenant’s Signature
  • Person Served
  • If served with tenant absent, check box.
  • If served by registered or certified mail, check box.
  • Date, Sign, and Print Name