In NC, If There Is No Lease Agreement But Only A Month To Month Agreement, How Much Notice Is Required To Be Given To The Landlord? Do You Have To Pay The Full Months Rent Or Can You Pay Solely For Number Of Days There?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
What if there is no lease at all? The rent is due on the 3rd and they said they can't
pay until the 19th. But they also said to start the eviction process so that tells me they
don't plan on paying at all. How many days do I have to give them? Also they moved in
3 dogs without mentioining it and paid no pet deposit.
Kimberly Britt Profile
Kimberly Britt answered
Well most of the time it requires a 30 day notice but I would discuss that with landlord. Second part of question: you still need to offer the full month unless you and your landlord agree on mutal time or days at a discounted rate where they would only require the monies for time there. If you paid deposit I would pay for the full month and make sure everything in the home is left as it was when you rented or in better condition. If you are not expecting deposit then discuss with landlord.GOOD LUCK!
thanked the writer.
Deborah Lashley
Deborah Lashley commented
I read NC law online: it says with a month-month you are only required to give 7 day notice and are required to pay only for number of days there after notice, especially if no written lease within 3 yrs. Advise please.
Kimberly Britt
Kimberly Britt commented
You know what? you are right. I was answering about the time a landlord has to evict a tenant. Sorry I wasn't much help. Well, maybe you have the answer you needed.
Deborah Lashley
Deborah Lashley commented
Thanks UNC one -I appreciate your input. Hopefully there will be no further words from the Landlord.

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