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  • 1. IN THE DISTRICT/SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA AT ) ) DOB ) ) Plaintiff, ) vs. ) CASE NO. CI DOB ) ) COMPLAINT FOR FORCIBLE ENTRY DOB ) AND DETAINER ) (Seeking Eviction, Rent and Damages) Defendant(s). ) (AS 09.45.070 et seq; AS 34.03.010 et seq; Alaska Civil Rule 85) 1. Plaintiffs seek possession of the following real property, hereinafter referred to as "the premises:” Description: (house, apartment, trailer, trailer space, etc.) Location: (street address, apartment number, trailer space number, city and state) 2. Plaintiffs are individuals and own the premises. Plaintiff is a partnership which owns the premises. Plaintiff is a manager or management company legally authorized in writing by the owner of the premises to manage the premises and bring this action, and is represented by an attorney. Plaintiff is a corporation, owns the premises, has paid its taxes due the state and filed its required reports, and is represented by an attorney. Plaintiff is the representative of a non-profit public housing corporation which owns the premises, proceeding without an attorney pursuant to AS 09.45.158. 3. The defendants took possession of the premises pursuant to: a rental agreement, lease or other written agreement a verbal agreement other: 4. Defendants failed to pay rent when due or failed to comply with requirements of the rental agreement or requirements of law, and a Notice describing the problem has been served on defendants. A copy of the Notice is attached to this complaint. Page 1 of 2 AS 09.45.070 et seq. CIV-730 (5/04)(st.4) AS 34.03.010 et seq. F.E.D. COMPLAINT Civil Rule 85
  • 2. 5. Defendants have failed to pay the past due rent specified in the Notice or cure the condition specified in the Notice within the time provided by the Notice. 6. Defendants remain in possession of the premises. 7. Defendants owe plaintiffs for: past due rent of $_____________ and further rent to the date the defendant vacates the premises. damages in an amount to be proved at trial. PLAINTIFFS SEEK RELIEF AS FOLLOWS (check all that apply): A. Judgment for Possession, restoring the property to plaintiffs. B. Issuance of a Writ of Assistance. C. Judgment for rent due. D. Judgment for damages to the premises. E. Judgment for plaintiffs' costs and attorney fees in this action. I am attaching a copy of the Notice to Quit. _________________ Initials Date Signature of Plaintiff or Attorney Print Name Mailing Address City State ZIP Daytime Phone Attach a copy of the Notice to Quit Page 2 of 2 AS 09.45.070 et seq. CIV-730 (5/04)(st.4) AS 34.03.010 et seq. F.E.D. COMPLAINT Civil Rule 85

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