The South Carolina eviction process, also known as the 'ejectment of tenants', is the legal action of a landlord attempting to repossess their real property from a tenant. The first (1st) step is to send the tenant a notice to quit that either informs them of a violation to their lease or a time when they should vacate the premises. If the tenant does not respond in fixing the violation or vacating then the landlord has grounds for removing the tenant from the premises by filing with their District Court. The landlord should follow the State Instructions and if the tenant has a Complaint and Summons served to them they should inform themselves with their Tenants' Rights.
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Eviction Laws - Title 27, Chapter 37
NonPayment Laws - 5 days § 27-40-710(B)
NonCompliance Laws - 14 days § 27-40-710(A)
Month to Month Laws - 30 days § 27-40-770