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South Carolina real estate laws

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Real estate laws are a set of defined statutes that help individuals over the issues of land.

Tenant and landlord issues are pretty crucial concepts in the real estate laws.

Laws about the leasing agreement:

The South Carolina, where the uniform residential landlord and tenant act is adopted,

the real estate laws about the leasing and rental agreements are as follows:

  • The laws can be found under the code section 27-40-310; 27-40-410; 31-21-40
  • According to South Carolina real estate laws,

there should not be any kind of discrimination on the basis of color, creed, race, religion, age, sex, origin and more of the individual.

  • A security deposit should be made by the tenant and it will be returned within 30 days upon the termination of the agreement.

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