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NORTH CAROLINA SUB-LEASE AGREEMENT

LEGAL IN NORTH CAROLINA

 

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DESCRIPTION

The North Carolina Sub-Lease Agreement is an agreement between an individual that is leasing property ("Lessee") and a person that desires to rent the same property ("Sub-Lessee"). The lessee may choose to re-rent all or a portion of the property through this agreement.

In North Carolina, the lessee is still liable to pay rent to the landlord whether or not the sub-lessee pays their rent, which is why it is always highly advised to check the credit of all potential tenants.

 

 

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Month to Month Lease Agreement

 

 

   REQUIREMENTS

 

1. Must be signed and dated by the Lessee.

2. Must be signed and dated by the Sub-Lessee.

3. All persons signing the Lease Agreement form must be at least 18 years old and of sound mind (i.e., All parties must have the knowledge to know what he or she is signing) as well as all persons signing the Lease Agreement Form must be doing so out of their own free will, and not because of outside pressures.

4. In some lease agreements between Landlord and Tenant, the Landlord must be notified of any sublease arrangement.

 

*Always check with your state to make sure your Lease Agreement Form meets all requirements and disclosures

 

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