- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 5. Rental of Agricultural, Personal, and Nonresidential Property
- Section 100. Tenant Responsibilities in Premises Not Subject to AS 34.03.
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AS 34.05.100. Tenant Responsibilities in Premises Not Subject to AS 34.03.
- (a) In rented premises other than premises to which the provisions of AS 34.03 apply, the tenant may not knowingly engage at the premises in
prostitution, an illegal activity involving a place of prostitution, an illegal activity involving alcoholic beverages,
an illegal activity involving gambling or promoting gambling, an illegal activity involving a controlled substance, or
an illegal activity involving an imitation controlled substance, or knowingly permit others in the premises to engage
in one or more of those activities at the rental premises.
- (b) If there is noncompliance with (a) of this section, a person may seek relief under AS 09.50.170
- (c) An order of abatement entered by a court under AS 09.50.210
against premises under this section terminates a rental agreement on the premises subject to the order of abatement.
- (d) In this section,
- (1) "illegal activity involving alcoholic beverages," "illegal activity involving a controlled substance," "illegal
activity involving an imitation controlled substance," "illegal activity involving gambling or promoting gambling,"
"illegal activity involving a place of prostitution," and "prostitution" have the meanings given in AS 34.03.360;
- (2) "premises" means a structure or the structure of which it is a part, and facilities and appurtenances in it, and
grounds, areas, and facilities held out for the use of persons entitled to possession under an agreement that relates
to its use.
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