This Lease Agreement is legally binding in North Carolina according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A North Carolina eviction notice can only be given for the following reasons according to state law: failure to pay rent, the lease or rental period is over and the tenant has not left the property, the rental or lease agreement was violated, or because of criminal activity such as drug trafficking. North Carolina has specific eviction laws that should be followed. A North Carolina eviction notice must include specific notices depending on the reason that the eviction is needed. For failure to pay rent, the eviction notice must include a 10-day notice to pay or leave the property. Holdover tenants will receive a notice of 2, 7, or 30 days depending on whether the original lease or rental agreement was weekly, month to month, or yearly. However, landlords are not required to allow tenants to renew the lease. North Carolina landlords are not legally obligated to provide a notice to correct lease violations. They may also evict drug traffickers and other criminals using an expedited legal process.