Updated on September 23rd, 2021
The North Carolina notice to quit for violation of lease is a written notice that a landlord delivers to a tenant who has breached the terms of their tenancy. State law does not require that landlords give their tenants any notice before having them evicted for breaking their lease. However, if a lease has provisions that the tenant must be given a notice period in which they can cure any violations, the landlord will need to follow these terms.
In the notice, the landlord should state the violations, the method by which the violations can be cured, and the appropriate notice period that the tenant is given to remedy their breach of contract. If the tenant does not comply with an eviction notice, the landlord may file a lawsuit to have them evicted.
Laws – § 42-26(a)(2)