Fees (No. 42-46) – The lessor can charge the tenant all costs related to a possible eviction by stating in the rental agreement that there is a tax for filing a complaint that appears before the court and all trials. Caution (No. 42-50) – If the landlord decides to receive a deposit from the tenant, they are required to provide information about where she is being held within thirty (30) days. In addition, it must be held in a licensed receiver account with a financial institution in North Carolina, or the lessor may issue a loan equal to that of an insurance company that is licensed for its activities in the state. All North Carolina homeowners on a building built before 1978 must inform all tenants of the potential existence of lead-based hazards. [Title 42 U.S. Code 4852 (d)) Lead color – If the apartment was built before 1978, the owner is required to inform the tenant of this type of color that may be found on the site. The lease agreement in North Carolina is a detailed agreement between a lessor and a taker for the use of a residential or commercial space for a defined duration and payment schedule. The paper register assigns the details of the agreement to the letter, including names, contact information, real estate address, monthly price, rental conditions and conditions. The agreement is intended to protect the parties concerned, since the failure of a provision could lead to a possible infringement. Landlords must communicate to a tenant, within thirty (30) days of the start of the lease, the name and location of the financial institution in which the deposit of the deposit is kept.
(NO.42-50 NCGS) Leases in North Carolina are forms established for the relationship between a tenant and a landlord for the use of commercial and residential real estate. All documents must be drafted in accordance with Chapter 42 (landlord and tenant) and, with the signature of all parties involved, the contract becomes legally binding. Tenants are expected to compensate the tenant with the amount agreed on the exact date indicated in the tenancy agreement. The rent collected after five (5) days after the due date exceeds the additional time frame and may be subject to a late charge. Maintenance Supplement (Form 440-T) – Is added to the contents of a lease agreement to continue to determine the tenant`s maintenance responsibilities. If a financial institution returns a cheque accepted by the landlord, a fee may be charged by the tenant. State law provides for a maximum of $25 per cheque returned, but the amount may depend less on the amount indicated in the contract (No. 25-3-506). At the end of the lease period, the security deposit must be delivered to the tenant at a designated transfer address within 30 days. In cases where the property, unpaid rent or breach of contract are maintained, the lessor is allowed 60 (60) days for the return of the deposit and a broken account (p.
42-52). Leasing with option for the sale contract – standard form that also gives the tenant the opportunity to buy the property from the owner on agreed terms.