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Alaska Month-to-Month Rental Agreement

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Alaska Month-to-Month Rental Agreement

Updated March 06, 2024

An Alaska month-to-month lease agreement is a contract between a landlord and tenant for the use of a residential property that can be canceled, at any time, with a minimum of thirty (30) days’ notice. Either party has the right to terminate the lease.

Rental Application – To screen whether a tenant can afford the rent through income and employment verification.


Minimum Termination Period – 14 days is required for week-to-week tenancies,[1] 30 days is required for month-to-month tenancies.[2]

Increasing Rent – 30 days’ notice is required by the landlord. The tenant can cancel the lease or accept the rent increase.[3]


  1. AS 34.03.290(a)
  2. AS 34.03.290(b)
  3. The Alaska Landlord & Tenant Act (what is means for you) [Page 14]