South Carolina 14 Day Notice to Cure

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If the tenant fails to follow the terms within the rental agreement, other than the requirement to pay rent, the landlord should serve them a 14 Day Notice.

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If the tenant has violated the lease for reasons other than non-payment of rent, the landlord may terminate the rental agreement and begin eviction proceedings. The written notice should specify the violation, and offer 14 days to comply.

Who: This notice is given to a tenant who has violated the lease for reasons other than non-payment of rent.

What: This notice gives the tenant 14 days to comply or the lease will be terminated.

When: Provided that the tenant has not complied, this notice is given 14 days prior to the initiation of an eviction.

Please Note: If the tenant does not remedy or live by the terms of the rental agreement within 14 days after receiving written notice, eviction can begin. If compliance or remedy cannot be completed within 14 days, but is begun within that period and is finished in good faith within a reasonable time, the rental agreement cannot be terminated.

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South Carolina Rental Forms and Templates

While the Lease Agreement is the most important form that Landlords use, it’s only the first of many forms that Landlords need.

That’s why we offer forms for the entire Landlord Lifecycle - from Tenant Screening to move-out!

  • Rental Application: Before signing a Lease Agreement, it’s vital to first screen Tenants. Screening should start with our FREE Rental Application and include a credit report, criminal history background report, eviction history report, and ResidentScore. See sample reports here.
  • Tenant Welcome Letter: Customize this letter to make sure that renters have all the information they need about their new home on day 1.
  • Move-In/Move-Out Walkthrough Checklist: This checklist makes it EZ to document property condition at move-in and move-out. Pro Tip: If you collect a security deposit, this form is essential.
  • Rent Ledger: Our rent ledger makes it EZ for Landlords to track payments and document any missed payments.
  • South Carolina 5-Day Demand for Rent: This form should be used with Tenants that are behind on rent. This is a necessary first step before filing for eviction.
  • South Carolina Application for Ejectment: South Carolina Landlords should use this form to initiate eviction proceedings.
  • South Carolina 14-Day Notice to Cure: Landlords should use this Notice for Lease violations other than non-payment of rent.
  • South Carolina Eviction Pamphlet: This pamphlet outlines the requirements for a Landlord to evict a Tenant.
  • South Carolina Landlord-Tenant Law Pamphlet: This resource outlines Landlord and Tenant rights in South Carolina and provides Landlords with a good overview of state Lease laws.

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