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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 90 . (Relocated)
Section 115. Procedure for eviction

3 AAC 90.115. Procedure for eviction

(a) During the period of a declared housing emergency, a landlord may not evict a tenant unless the landlord's reasons for doing so are valid and consistent with purposes of AS 34.06. Before proceeding to evict a tenant, a landlord shall, in accordance with the appropriate eviction notice time requirements in AS 34.03.220 or 34.03.290, deliver to a current tenant notice in writing of the proposed eviction. The notice shall state

(1) the specific reason for the proposed eviction and its effective date;

(2) the tenant's right to present the matter to the board within five days.

(b) A person who willfully violates a provision of AS 34.06 or this chapter, or who falsifies a notice of eviction is subject to the civil damages and criminal penalties as set out in AS 34.06.045 through AS 34.06.047 .

History: Eff. 11/15/75, Register 56

Authority: AS 34.06.030


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