No judgements were entered. No eviction filed. Only threats of " its in corporates hands" completely blocked me from entering my home and threw away all of our family's belongings, meanwhile slandering our name to all of the other tenants .
answered on Jan 31, 2022
Was this a residential unit or a commercial unit? Residential rentals are controlled by the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (URLTA). You can find that online with the search words "Alaska URLTA." It tells you in plain terms your rights and obligations. If the unit was... Read more »
I am assisting a friend that allows boat storage on his property. He has 2 boats that have been on his lot for over 24 months with no contact by the boat owners. What statutes or procedures address contacting the owners and or seizing the boats absent payment of the back rent. There is no... Read more »
answered on Jun 18, 2020
You must look into Alaska state law for available remedies. If the contract was purely for land storage and no maritime services were rendered, maritime law would not apply and the land owner may not seize (or arrest) the vessel in federal court under admiralty procedures.... Read more »
Saw the ad on Craigslist never got notice from landlord
answered on Feb 11, 2018
Yes, If your landlord wants to show the premises to potential tenants or buyers, he or she can do so after giving you reasonable notice.
answered on Aug 11, 2017
It could be part of the case number.
3 = Third Judicial District
AN = Municipality of Anchorage
P = probate (?)
Problems with the property that have been repeatedly notified to the landlord include: mold in window seal, leaking roof, holes in flooring and inadequate water pressure.
answered on Jun 20, 2016
Yes, it is not legal to withhold rent because of such problems. Your remedy would be to sue the landlord to repair the premises.
They wanted my boyfriend to pay rent,but he doesn't live there just stays with me a couple times a week. When I said no,they told me if i didnt like it i could leave,so i did. Now they are demanding rent because i didnt give them 30 day notice. Am I liable for my share of the rent? I moved in... Read more »
answered on May 14, 2016
Yes, because you paid them some rent, they could demand that you continue to pay rent until you gave them notice of your intent to vacate. They were not entitled to lock you out. It appears, however, that they cured that "wrongful ouster" when the manager helped you get back in.
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