Alaska Property and Real Estate Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's property and real estate law section for the state of Alaska, covering topics of importance to homeowners, renters (tenants), landlords, and others. This relatively broad legal practice area includes laws meant to ensure a relative parity among tenants and landlords, such as security deposit limits and clear processes for evicting problem tenants. In addition, this section includes articles on homestead protection law, which in Alaska allows homeowners to declare $72,900 worth of their property a homestead and thus off-limits to creditors, and adverse possession law, which allows certain individuals the limited right to claim undeveloped property. Click on a link below to learn more about Alaska's property and real estate laws.
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