North Carolina 10 Day Demand for Compliance

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A 10 Day Demand for Compliance is used when a tenant violates the lease agreement before the landlord files a Summary Ejectment in court.

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Giving notice is the first step in the eviction process. The notice required in North Carolina for violations other then non-payment of rent, is a 10 Day Notice.

Who: Give this notice to a tenant who has violated the lease agreement for reasons other then non-payment of rent.

What: This is the required notice which gives the tenant 10 Days to remedy the violation before eviction proceedings are initiated.

When: Give this notice to your tenant when he/she has violated the lease agreement for reasons OTHER THAN non-payment of rent.

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