This Lease Agreement is legally binding in South Carolina according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A South Carolina eviction notice can only be given for legal reasons as defined by the state. The eviction notice must also include the right notice to the tenant. Legal reasons for an eviction notice in South Carolina include non-payment of rent, a violation of the lease or rental agreement, or commission of a crime on the property. Unless otherwise specifically worded in the lease or rental agreement, your South Carolina eviction notice for non-payment of rent must include a 5-day notice. For illegal activity, the eviction notice can be considered unconditional and the tenant gets no time to correct the issue. For lease violations, a South Carolina eviction notice must include a 14-day notice to correct the violation.