Alaska Rental Lease Agreements

Alaska rental agreements are used to legally bind a lessor (landlord) and lessee (tenant) to a rental contract (residential or commercial property). After the lease is signed, 1st month’s rent and the security deposit are due. After payment, the tenant will be given access to the premises. The tenant is allowed to move in on the first (1st) day of their lease start date unless permission to take possession on an earlier date has been given by the landlord.

Laws – Title 34, Chapter 3 (Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act)

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An Alaska residential lease agreement creates a rental arrangement between a tenant and landlord over the use of the property during the time span. The landlord may ask to check the credit and background of the person looking for a lease to ensure that an eviction will not be likely in the future. Once the parties have come to an agreement and a contract is…


An Alaska month-to-month rental agreement is a real estate contract for a property located in Alaska where a landlord and the lessee desire to be in short term arrangement. The contract renews every month upon the rental payment being received for another period (usually thirty (30) days) and continues until one (1) of the parties decides to discontinue the arrangement. After signature by all parties,…


The Alaska rental application may be used to verify and check the credit, background, and employment of a tenant that is looking to rent a property. The tenant may be charged a fee in order for the landlord to provide this service and he or she will usually have to wait 2 to 3 days to get an answer to see if their qualifications met…


The Alaska commercial lease agreement allows a landlord and an individual or entity to come to an agreement over the use of a place of business. A typical arrangement is one (1) to three (3) years but can be month to month or any time-frame as agreed upon. In a commercial lease, the landlord will agree to either “fit-up” (build-to-suit) the premises to the tenant’s…


The Alaska sublease agreement is for tenants that would like to rent partial or the entire property that is currently leased to someone else. This type of arrangement is usually not allowed in a standard lease but can be obtained with permission from the landlord (recommended to write in a certified letter and have the property owner sign). The new tenant (or ‘Sublessee’) is at the…


The Alaska roommate agreement template is a contract between individuals in a shared living situation where they each have living arrangements while sharing rent, utilities, and any other costs. The landlord is usually not involved or liable except for what is written in the Master Lease, or the lease signed between the roommate(s) and landlord, and should be mentioned or attached to the roommate agreement. The…