Prepare notices to serve on your tenant or your landlord with these downloadable template Landlord and Tenant Notice Forms for North Carolina.
Has your tenant failed to pay the rent on time? Serve this North Carolina 10 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit to start the process of evicting the tenant.
- The tenant must pay the rent within 10 days of receiving the notice to avoid termination of the lease.
- If the rent is not paid within the 10-day period, the tenant must vacate the property.
- The landlord can also add in late fees or other charges owing by the tenant as of the date of the Notice.
Give notice to your landlord that you'll be moving out in 30 days with this North Carolina Notice of Intent to Vacate.
- If you're a month-to-month tenant, you must give at least 30 days notice that you are terminating your tenancy.
- This form includes a Service of Notice, so you can keep a record of how you served the Notice on the landlord.
- There is a space for you to give the landlord your forwarding address so that your security deposit refund check .....
North Carolina landlords, give notice to your tenants that the property they are renting has been sold with this Notice to Tenant of Sale of Rental Premises.
- The tenant is informed of the sale, the identity of the new owner, and the address to which the rent is to be paid.
- The Notice includes a Record of Service form, so you can record the details of how you served the Notice on the tenant.
- Downloadable, fully editable, and easy to use.