North Carolina Sublease Agreement

The North Carolina Sublease Agreement is a contract used to arrange the rules, conditions, and duties that a subtenant (temporary tenant to a property) will be required to follow for a predesignated length of time, allowing the original tenant to a property the ability to relocate to another location without paying for the privilege of staying in the property. For tenants looking to enter into the agreement, it’s important to understand that it isn’t a lease-takeover – meaning the original tenant will still be required to ensure the property is taken care of, and that rent is paid diligently.

Lease Laws – Chapter 42 “Landlord and Tenant”

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