South Dakota Two Party Case Filing Statement
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This SD rent court filing statement provides the court with basic information about your eviction case, from lease violations to the case's history.
Document Last Modified: 4/29/2023
Who: This document is for Landlords who wish to file a case in the state of South Dakota for eviction.
What: This is the South Dakota Two Party Case Filing Statement. For an eviction, it will be a “Forcible Entry and Detainer”.
When: The purpose of the statement is to provide the Clerk of the Appellate Courts and the Court of Appeals with basic information regarding the case, the types of issues being raised, the record on appeal and briefing.
IMPORTANT: This form is filled out and filed at the courthouse. The forms are also available at the courthouse if you do not have access to a printer. Note, these forms are used in Lincoln and Minnehaha Counties and other counties as well, BUT other counties may use different forms so PLEASE check with your local Clerk of Court's office if you have any questions
South Dakota Rental Forms & Templates
- South Dakota 3-Day Notice to Quit: This Notice provides Tenants with notice that they need to vacate the property due to a Lease violation. It’s a necessary step in the eviction process.
- South Dakota Two-Party Case Filing Statement: South Dakota Landlords should use this form when filing for an eviction. It provides the court with vital information about the eviction proceedings.
- South Dakota Consumer Handbook: The South Dakota Consumer Handbook provides Landlords with helpful information about state Landlord-Tenant laws and Landlord and Tenant rights and obligations.
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