You are free to download and edit our template to suit your specific needs. This easy-to-use rental contract, also referred to as a tenancy contract, is tailor-made for any rental property scenario in Alaska. Let’s ensure your leasing process runs smoothly!
RESIDENTIAL LEASE AGREEMENTTHIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this ____ day of ____, by and between ____, hereinafter “Landlord,” and ____, hereinafter “Tenant(s).”
1. PREMISESLandlord rents to Tenant and Tenant rents from Landlord, the premises located at ____. The premises will be used for residential purposes only.
2. TERMThe term of this Lease is for ____, beginning on ____ and ending on ____.
3. RENTTenant agrees to pay Landlord as base rent the sum of ____ per month, due and payable monthly in advance on the first day of each calendar month during the term of this agreement.
4. SECURITY DEPOSITUpon the due execution of this Agreement, Tenant will deposit with Landlord the sum of ____ as a security deposit.
5. USE OF PREMISESThe premises shall not be used in a manner that disturbs others’ peaceful enjoyment of their premises. The premises will be kept clean and sanitary by the Tenant.
6. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCETenant will keep the premises in good repair and condition. Tenant will notify the Landlord promptly of any damage to the premises.
7. INSURANCETenant is responsible for having sufficient insurance to cover all personal property located on the property.
8. DEFAULTIf Tenant fails to comply with any of the material provisions of this Agreement, Landlord may terminate this Agreement.
9. GOVERNING LAWThis agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state of Alaska.
10. ENTIRE AGREEMENTThis Agreement contains the entire agreement of the parties and there are no other promises or conditions in any other agreement whether oral or written. By their signatures below, the parties have read and understood the foregoing terms and promise to comply with and be bound by them. _______________ Landlord _______________ Tenant _______________ Date Alaska law requires landlords to include a statement of the specific cause for the eviction or termination if a notice to quit is served. The landlord must provide at least 24 hours’ notice if the tenant is behind on rent, and at least 10 days’ notice for other lease violations. If the tenant chooses to vacate the premises upon receiving a notice to quit, they have 15 days to collect their belongings.
If you’re considering selling your property after renting it out, you might find this Contract for Deed Template (Alaska) helpful as it outlines the necessary terms and conditions for such a transaction.