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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 42 > Article 6 - Tenant Security Deposit Act

North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 42 > Article 6 - Tenant Security Deposit Act


Current as of: 2010
§ 42-50Deposits from the tenant
§ 42-51Permitted uses of the deposit
§ 42-52Landlord's obligations
§ 42-53Pet deposits
§ 42-54Transfer of dwelling units
§ 42-55Remedies
§ 42-56Application of Article

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Questions & Answers: Security Deposits

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David Austin: ...
If my lease ended on the 01/31/2013 but i didn't get moved out until the 02/08/2013 can my landloard take my entire deposit because i was still i the property after the beginning of the Feburary? I payed the rent for Janurary and planned to be out in time but i couldn't get moved in time. Is this legal in North Carolina for staying 8 days past my lease expiration date?
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March 19, 2013

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