Alaska Month-to-Month Lease Agreement
The Alaska Month-to-Month lease agreement form is a contract between the tenant and the landlord that requires the tenant to pay a fee every thirty (30) days. This is a binding contract, with no end date, and can be cancelled at the end of each month if the tenant wishes to do so. If the landlord is worried about potential damage to the property, the landlord can require the tenant to pay a security deposit on top of the first months rent at the beginning of the lease. Like many other lease agreements, it is also a smart idea to screen your potential tenants to ensure they will be diligent and trustworthy when using your property and completing payments.
- According to Title 34 > Article 7 > Section 290 the landlord or tenant may terminate a month to month agreement with thirty (30) days notice.