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A South Carolina lease agreement is a written contract that enables a tenant to lease the listed property from the landlord in exchange for a monthly payment. All South Carolina lease agreements must be written in accordance to the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
The most commonly used South Carolina lease agreements are a standard one year residential lease agreement, a month to month lease, a roommate agreement, a lease with an option to buy agreement, and a commercial lease agreement.
A standard South Carolina lease agreement must include:
The lease agreement must be signed by the landlord, the tenant, and witnesses. The signatures should be dated.
The landlord must make certain disclosures in South Carolina lease agreements:
The landlord must provide 24 hour notice before entering the premises.
There’s no limit on what a landlord may charge as a security deposit. The deposit must be returned to the landlord 30 days after the end of the lease.