The first step in the South Carolina Eviction Process is the landlord giving the tenant notice that they are going to evict. It is a requirement that this Notice be given to your tenant prior to an eviction case being filed. Usually after receiving this Notice, your tenant will either comply with your demand or move out.
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along with instructions. You will get 3 different versions of the South Carolina Eviction Notice, one for non-payment of rent (5 Day Notice), one for lease violations (14 Day Notice), and one to end a month-to-month tenancy (30 Day Notice). Your forms come with instructions and can be opened using any Word Processor, including Microsoft Word.
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