Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in North Carolina?

This question is about North Carolina Landlord Tenant Rights

Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in North Carolina?

Yes, a North Carolina landlord may be able to enter an occupied unit without permission due the state’s lack of statutory standards regarding landlord entry. As such, North Carolina tenants who want to establish any right to privacy must do so by requesting an entry policy within their lease agreement. This policy should dictate how much advance notice a landlord must provide, as well as the several reasons they may justifiably enter (such as to perform a repair).

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