Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in North Carolina

The current house we are renting is not actually considered rental property, according to the state of north Carolina. Can the landlord get in trouble for this.

Asked on 7/27/13, 1:16 pm

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Kenneth Love Ken Love Law
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We need a lot more information to determine what your situation is. Why has the home been declared "not rental property?" What type of property is it?

We would need these answers to begin to give you a proper answer.

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7/28/13, 2:36 pm

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