Chapter 42A Vacation Rental Act
Article 1 - Vacation Rentals.
- § 42A-1 Title
This Chapter shall be known as the North Carolina Vacation Rental Act. (1999‑420, s. 1.)
- § 42A-2 Purpose and scope of act
The General Assembly finds that the growth of the tourism industry in North Carolina has led to a greatly expanded market of privately owned residences...
- § 42A-3 Application; exemptions
(a) The provisions of this Chapter shall apply to any person, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, association, or other business entity who acts as a...
- § 42A-4 Definitions
The following definitions apply in this Chapter: (1) Real estate broker. A real estate broker as defined in G.S. 93A‑2(a). (2) Residential property. An apartment,...
- § 42A-5 through 42A-9 Reserved for future codification purposes
Article 2 - Vacation Rental Agreements.
Article 3 - Handling and Accounting of Funds.
Article 4 - Expedited Eviction Proceedings.
- § 42A-23 Grounds for eviction
(a) Any tenant who leases residential property subject to a vacation rental agreement under this Chapter for 30 days or less may be evicted and...
- § 42A-24 Expedited eviction
(a) Before commencing an expedited eviction proceeding, the landlord or real estate broker shall give the tenant at least four hours' notice, either orally or...
- § 42A-25 Appeal
A tenant or landlord may appeal a court order issued pursuant to G.S. 42A‑24(d) to district court for a trial de novo. A tenant may...
- § 42A-26 Violation of court order
If a tenant fails to remove personal property from a residential property subject to a vacation rental after the court has entered an order of...
- § 42A-27 Penalties for abuse
A landlord or real estate broker shall undertake to evict a tenant pursuant to an expedited eviction proceeding only when he or she has a...
- § 42A-28 through 42A-30 Reserved for future codification purposes
Article 5 - Landlord and Tenant Duties.
Article 6 - General Provisions.