North Carolina Complaint in Summary Ejectment

North Carolina landlords must file this legal complaint in court, after serving an appropriate eviction notice on the delinquent tenant.

Document Last Modified: 2/17/2020

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This official North Carolina document is used to initiate court proceedings to evict a tenant.

Who: Used by the landlord to file in court for eviction against a tenant defaulting on the lease agreement.

What: Official Complaint for a Summary Ejectment (also known as an eviction), used to initiate court proceedings.

When: This court form is used when a tenant has ignored any required notice and the landlord wishes to pursue an eviction.

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