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Updated June 28, 2022

A North Carolina Immediate Notice to Quit (Non-Compliance) is a form used to inform a tenant of a condition in which they caused to violate terms within the rental agreement. Unlike other notices where it allows the tenant to recuperate their loss by remedying the issue, here in North Carolina a landlord can order a tenant to move out immediately. Below is a complete list of noncompliance violations that are subject to grounds for complete eviction.

  • Criminal activity or promoting it has occurred
  • Inviting a person or failing to notify law enforcement who is barred from entering the premises

Laws N.C.G.S.A. § 42-26

How to Write

Step 1 – In the first 11 empty fields, enter the contact information for both landlord and tenant. First will be the landlord’s information and after will be tenants.


  • Date
  • Landlord’s Name, Phone Number & Email Address


  • Name
  • Address including apartment number, city, state, and zip code

Step 2 – Give a description of the violation which will terminate the lease agreement immediately and handwrite your signature.

Step 3 – The lower portion of the form is the Certificate of Service. This form should be filled-out as the notice is being delivered. Mark the checkbox that represents how the tenant was served.