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Eviction is a type of court case. In North Carolina, an eviction case is called summary ejectment. Landlords can file to legally remove a tenant rented property if the tenant has failed to pay rent, violated the lease agreement, or if other conditions apply.
Evictions in small claims court are held as early as 7 days from the date the Summons was issued by the court. Evictions in district court will be held within 30 days from the date the Summons was served.
A landlord can use a 30 day-notice to end a month-to-month tenancy if the tenant has been renting for less than a year. A landlord should use a 60-day notice if the tenant has been renting for more than one year and the landlord wants the tenant to move out.
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.
Although business tenants generally have the right to renew the tenancy of their premises when it comes to an end, landlords can refuse to grant a new tenancy in some cases.
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A landlord cannot: Refuse to rent to a prospective tenant. Refuse to rent to a prospective tenant because he or she has previously terminated a lease agreement due to domestic violence. File to terminate the tenants rental agreement.
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 California, residential rental agreements automatically convert to month-to-month tenancies at the end of your lease term. At the end of each month thereafter, the agreement renews automatically for themselves in perpetuity, as long as you the tenant remains in possession of your home.
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.
Notice Requirements for North Carolina Tenants You must provide the same amount of notice (seven days) as the landlord. Be sure to check your rental agreement which may require that your notice to end the tenancy be given on the first of the month or on another specific date.

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