North Carolina Month-to-Month Rental Agreement | PDF – MS Word
A North Carolina month-to-month rental agreement, or a “tenancy at will,” is common among tenants that have over-extended their one-year lease, or for those looking for a short-term arrangement. This type of contract allows either party to change the terms of the contract with at least seven (7) days’ written notice to the other party (usually done through a courier service or a certified letter). As long as the tenant pays rent on time, the contract extends for another thirty (30) days.
- If the housing unit was built before 1978, the tenant must be issued the lead-based paint disclosure form by federal law.
Minimum Termination Period
Seven (7) days. A month-to-month tenancy can be terminated by either party of seven (7) days’ written notice is provided (§ 42-14).