Updated on May 2nd, 2023
A North Carolina notice to enter gives a tenant an advance warning that the landlord will enter the rental property. Usually, the completed form will explain when and why the landlord plans to visit. Repairs, maintenance, and showing the apartment to new tenants and buyers are common reasons for entry. No laws require North Carolina landlords to give their tenants notice before entry, though most will provide a 24-hour notice heads-up.