North Carolina Condominium Lease Agreement
This Condominium Lease Agreement template is a standard form lease for condo owners in North Carolina who want to rent their units to tenants.
- The lease contains optional clauses prohibiting smoking and pets in the unit which can be easily removed or edited if not applicable.
- The tenant will not be obligated to pay additional rent for any improvements done to the property.
- The landlord will insure the condominium, but the tenant is responsible for obtaining his â„ her own insurance to cover personal property.
- If the condominium is damaged by fire to the point of being untenantable, the rent will abate until the unit has been repaired and can be lived in again.
- If the unit is abandoned by the tenant, the landlord may enter the premises and can dispose of any personal property left behind.
- The lease is made in accordance with North Carolina rental laws and with the condominium rules and bylaws.
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Last Updated: 14-April-2016