South Carolina 5 Day Demand for Rent

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Unless your lease specifies otherwise; a 5 Day Demand for Rent must be given to the tenant before the commencement of court proceedings.

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Rental agreements for residential property are governed by the South Carolina Residential Landlord & Tenant Act. If a landlord wishes to file an eviction action against a residential tenant for non-payment of rent, the act requires a 5 Day Notice before such an action can commence.

Who: This notice is given to a tenant who fails or refuses to pay rent when due.

What: Unless otherwise specified within the lease; this notice is required prior to filing for an eviction.

When: Give this notice to your tenant(s) 5 days before filing for eviction.

Further info can be found at: http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/t27c040.htm

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