Many students ignore the law that bans more than four unrelated tenants in a house

By Isaac Rosso Klakovich

Many UNC students live in the Northside neighborhood, but some of these houses have more than four people living in them, which violates the towns occupancy limit. (Issac Rosso-Klakovich/Carolina Connection)

When moving off-campus, some of the main things students think about are how much space they’ll have, whether they can afford a room of their own, and if they can share a place with their friends.

But what they might not consider is that it’s illegal in Chapel Hill for more than four unrelated people to live in the same house.

Isaac Rosso Klakovich has more.

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