Eviction and other Landlord/Tenant Issues

Legal Information

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  • Alaska Legal Services - Fair Housing Enforcement Project

    Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC) was established in 1967 as a private, nonprofit law firm. Our Fair Housing Enforcement Project works to eliminate housing discrimination and to ensure equal housing opportunity for all people in Alaska through education, outreach, advocacy, and enforcement. Do you think you may have been a victim of housing discrimination? Do you have questions about fair housing? Call our statewide toll-free hotline: 1-855-679-FAIR(3247) Visit us online: Content Detail

    Alaska Legal Services Corporation
  • Brochure: Know Your Rights - Fair Housing

    The Federal Fair Housing Act makes it illegal to discriminate in the rental, sale, financing, or insurance of housing based on: race/color, religion, national origin, sex (including sexual harassment), the presence of children, and physical or mental disability. Some local laws also prohibit housing discrimination based on marital status, age, sexual orientation, and gender identity. This ALSC Fair Housing Enforcement Project brochure describes who is protected and what is prohibited under the Fair Housing Act. The brochure also describes signs of housing discrimination and where to go for help. Read More

    Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC)
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  • Rental Agreements

    Things that should be included in a rental agreement Content Detail

  • Tenant Remedies

    What can you do if your landlord isn't living up to his obligations? Content Detail

  • Termination of Tenancy

    What kind of notice does your landlord have to give you to terminate your tenancy, and how much time does he have to give you? Content Detail

  • Things A Landlord Cannot Do

    Landlords cannot change locks, shut off utilities, or take other "self-help" actions to try to evict you. They have to file eviction cases in court. Content Detail