South Carolina Property and Real Estate Laws
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Maybe you have some property in The Low Country and you’re worried about trespassers’ rights. Or you’re renting a place to some unruly undergrads. Or maybe you’ve fallen on some hard times and you’re worried about losing your house. Either way, being familiar with the Palmetto State’s property and real estate laws might end up saving you some time and trouble down the line. The links below provide state-specific laws on a number of property and real estate topics -- including the landlord-tenant relationship, and how property ownership can be gained through a process called adverse possession.
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