Alaska Judgment for Possession - CIV-300

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The Judgment for Possession form should be filed with the court as part of the filling of an Alaska Complaint for Forcible Entry and Detainer.

Document Last Modified: 11/21/2022

Alaska Eviction Procedure: Judgment for Possession

When a Complaint for Forcible Entry & Detainer is filed, Alaska Landlords should provide the court with a copy of form CIV-300: Judgment for Possession.

Landlords should fill in the case caption, description, and location of the property on this form. The other portions of the form should be left blank and the court will fill them in at the end of the eviction hearing. If the Plaintiff (Landlord) is successful, the judge will complete and issue the Judgment for Possession at the end of the hearing.

If a Judgment for Possession is issued and the Tenant doesn’t vacate the property, the Landlord may take the Judgment for Possession and a Writ of Assistance to the Sheriff or other Peace Officer to have the Defendant (Tenant) removed from the property.

Other Alaska Eviction Forms

  • Alaska 7-Day Notice to Quit for Non-Payment of Rent: Landlords should use this Notice when Tenants have unpaid rent. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
  • Alaska 10-Day Notice to Cure or Vacate: Use this Notice for Lease violations other than nonpayment of rent. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
  • Alaska Forcible Entry and Detainer Complaint: This is the court document that Landlords must file to initiate eviction proceedings.
  • Alaska Summons Forcible Entry and Detainer: After the Complaint is filed, the Complaint and Summons must be served to the Tenant at least two days before the eviction hearing is scheduled.
  • Alaska Process Server Instructions: Use this form to provide your Alaska Process Server with the necessary instructions to properly serve your Tenant with the FED Complaint and Summons.
  • Alaska Writ of Assistance: After the issuance of a Judgment of Possession, a Writ of Assistance can be issued by the court so that a peace officer - usually the Sheriff - can assist with recovery of possession.

Alaska Rental Forms & Templates

  • Rental Application: The best way to avoid bad rental outcomes is with good Tenant Screening. Our Free Rental Application lets Landlords gather important info about Applicants and is the EZ way to start a complete Tenant Screening.
  • Alaska Residential Lease Agreement: Create a customized Alaska Lease Package in minutes that is guaranteed to comply with all Alaska Lease laws.
  • Move-in/Move-Out Walkthrough Checklist: Use this customizable checklist to document the condition of your property at move-in and move-out. This form is vital if you collect a security deposit.
  • Alaska Landlord Tenant Act & Pamphlet: This resource outlines the rights and responsibilities of Alaska Landlords and Tenants. It’s user-friendly and a helpful resource for Landlords.
  • Move-Out Cleaning Guide: Use this form to provide Tenants with clear instructions for move-out.

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