Alaska Statutes.
Title 40. Public Records and Recorders
Chapter 17. Recording of Documents
Section 120. Recording Memorandum of Lease.
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AS 40.17.120. Recording Memorandum of Lease.

(a) Recording a memorandum of lease substantially complying with (b) of this section has the same effect as recording the lease.

(b) A memorandum of lease is a document signed by the lessor and lessee and containing a reference to an unrecorded lease, sublease, or agreement to lease or sublease, and supplying at least the following information:

(1) the names of the parties;

(2) addresses of the parties set out in the lease;

(3) the date of the lease;

(4) a description of the real property leased or subleased;

(5) the commencement and termination dates of the lease if fixed and, if not fixed, the method by which the dates are to be fixed; and

(6) a statement of the conditions upon which a party may exercise a right to extend or renew the lease or to exercise a right to purchase or refuse to purchase the real property or part of it.

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