We’ve put together this breakdown of the key things landlords should know about South Carolina landlord-tenant laws.
Overview of Landlord-Tenant Laws in South Carolina
Both landlords and tenants should be able to deal with many legal questions and problems without a lawyer, once they understand the basics of state law. This overview of key landlord-tenant laws in South Carolina will get you started. Required Landlord Disclosures in South Carolina Under South Carolina
Tenant's Right to Break a Rental Lease in South Carolina
Learn when and how tenants may legally break a lease in South Carolina and how to limit liability for rent through the end of the lease term.
The Eviction Process in South Carolina: Rules for Landlords and Property Managers
For a landlord to evict a tenant in South Carolina, the landlord must follow all the rules and procedures set forth in the South Carolina state laws. If the landlord does not follow the state laws on eviction, the eviction may not be valid. This article will explain the basic rules and procedures required
Top 10 Landlord Legal Responsibilities in South Carolina
Running a rental property business in South Carolina entails many legal responsibilities—from how you choose tenants to how and when you return security deposits. Ignorance of the law can cost landlords plenty—for example, if you need to hire an attorney to defend you against a tenant’s discrimination
South Carolina Tenant Rights to Withhold Rent or “Repair and Deduct”
Find out when and how to pay less rent in South Carolina when your landlord fails to fix major problems in your rental unit.
South Carolina Security Deposit Limits and Deadlines
A breakdown of South Carolina landlord-tenant laws on security deposits.
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