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ROOMMATE AGREEMENT ADDENDUM TO THE RENTAL AGREEMENT Date This agreement amends is incorporated into and forms a part of the Rental Agreement Tenant s. Tenant s also known here as Roommates desire to rent the premises on a roommate arrangement. Owner s agree to this arrangement under the following terms and conditions ROOMMATE APPROVAL AND SUBSTITUTION--Every person who wishes to become a Roommate under this agreement whether as an original Roommate or as a substituted Roommate must first...
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this video is brought to you by a mare usacom where you can screen tenants 24 hours a day seven days a week in this episode we will be discussing North Carolina landlord tenant laws the following is a summary of landlord tenant laws in the state of North Carolina as they apply to residential rental property topics include disclosures withholding rent the right to enter security deposits eviction increasing rent and more security deposit limit month-to-month tendencies may be charged up to 1 and 12 months rent for the security deposit if the term is 3 months or longer the equivalent of up to two months rent may be collected for the deposit an additional non-refundable pet deposit may also be charged as long as it's reasonable deadline for returning a security deposit after the tenant moves out the deposit must be returned within 30 days if for some reason there's damage requiring additional time the landlord may provide an initial itemized statement at 30 days and then a final statement with any remaining funds within 60 days late fees a late fee can be imposed 5 days after the due date but cannot be higher than 15 or 5 of the amount that's due an unpaid late fee cannot be deducted from the next month's rent causing a subsequent deficiency in rent resulting in another late fee increasing the rent there is no statute in North Carolina regarding increasing the rent therefore the lease agreement would need to have a provision for making future changes to the amount of rent otherwise the rent cannot be changed during the lease term withholding rent there is also no statute in North Carolina for allowing a tenant to withhold rent however there may be case law depending on the particular zuv any given situation to justify the remedies available to the tenant if the landlord fails to provide a safe and habitable place to live Music terminating tenancy and eviction north carolina general statute section 42 - 26 a gives landlords the ability to immediately terminate a lease as long as the lease specifies that eviction will result from non-compliance or a holdover of tenancy the right to enter although North Carolina doesn't address a particular amount of time a landlord should provide the tenant a reasonable notice of entry before being permitted inside the unit for more information additional laws and articles can be found at American landlord calm you