The North Carolina notice to cure is the document which a landlord should serve to a tenant who has committed one or more “curable” lease violations. The form tells the tenant what their violations are and how long they will have to remedy them. In North Carolina, there is no minimum notice period set by law for non-compliance eviction notices. However, the lease will often state how long a tenant will be given to cure their lease violations. If the tenant fails to comply with the notice, the landlord may file an eviction lawsuit against them to sue for possession of the property.
Laws – No statute.