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In North Carolina, landlords must make reasonable efforts to re-rent the rental unit. This means that you may end up only paying a fraction of the rent due for the remaining lease term. This is assuming the landlord is successful in his/her attempt to find a replacement tenant.
Landlords cannot force tenants out of their homes without going to court, for instance, by changing the locks, turning off utilities or removing the doors. Landlords may send tenants eviction notices warning tenants that they plan to file for eviction unless the tenant moves out first.
4. Non-renewal of lease after the end of the rental period. A North Carolina eviction process does not allow a landlord to evict a tenant without good cause. As long as the tenant does not violate any rules, they can stay until their rental period ends.
In North Carolina, a tenant is not required to provide notice for fixed end date leases. North Carolina tenants must provide written notice for the following lease term (NCGS 42-14): Notice to Terminate a Week-to-Week Lease. 2 days written notice.
Eviction for No Lease or End of Lease To do so, they must first terminate the tenancy by giving proper notice to move out (7 days for tenants that pay month-to-month). Once the tenancy ends, if the tenant remains on the property, the landlord can move forward and file an eviction lawsuit.
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Your landlord only needs to give reasonable notice to quit. Usually this means the length of the rental payment period so if you pay rent monthly, youll get one months notice. The notice does not have to be in writing.
Terminating a tenancy However, if you do not have a fixed-term tenancy, the landlord can ask you to leave during the first 6 months without giving a reason. They must serve a valid written notice of termination and give you a minimum 90-day notice period.
In North Carolina, a tenant is not required to provide notice for fixed end date leases. North Carolina tenants must provide written notice for the following lease term (NCGS 42-14): Notice to Terminate a Week-to-Week Lease. 2 days written notice.
In North Carolina, a landlord must not terminate or refuse to renew a lease within the preceding 12 months, to a tenant who has filed an official complaint to a Government Authority, been involved in a tenants organization, made a good faith complaint, or exercised a legal right. Other actions are prohibited.
For month-to-month leases, there must be seven days of notice. For year-to-year leases or those with other definite terms, landlords must notify the tenant, or vice versa, within a month of the end of the lease. On leases lasting between one week and one month, notice must be given at least two days in advance.

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