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South Carolina 5-Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Payment

A South Carolina five (5) day notice to quit (non-payment) is a legal notice requiring a tenant to pay past-due rent within five (5) days or risk being evicted. In the state of South Carolina, a landlord does not need to serve a written notice if in the rental agreement it specifies in bold conspicuous…

South Carolina Promissory Note Templates (2)

A South Carolina promissory note template is a document completed in conjunction by both a lender and a borrower (of a monetary balance). The documents establish the basics for the transaction, such as dictating the full amount being loaned, the interest rates and when they enter into effect, and how the borrower will pay back…

South Carolina Living Will Form

A South Carolina living will is a declaration that allows a person to die a natural death in the event of a non-curable and terminal condition. Mainly, the declarant will be choosing whether to have nutrition and hydration be provided or if they would like to die a natural death. After completing, the form must…

South Carolina Small Estate Affidavit | Form 420ES

A South Carolina small estate affidavit is a document that is used to claim property from a deceased person’s estate. It can only be used for estates that are worth less than $25,000. For small estates, petitioning for this process is the first step to avoiding an expensive and time-consuming probate process. The petitioner is…

South Carolina Unsecured Promissory Note Template

A South Carolina unsecured promissory note organizes and clarifies the major details of a money lending transaction between two parties (consisting of a lender and borrower). This template does not include a section in which security can be stated; to help protect the lender financially, the lender should only lend to family, friends, or individuals will a…

South Carolina Secured Promissory Note Template

A South Carolina secured promissory note is a legal promise from the borrower of a monetary balance to the lender saying he or she will reimburse the lender in a timely and full fashion. The note includes a section where the item to be used as security can be stated. The item in security is given…

South Carolina Last Will and Testament Template

A South Carolina last will and testament is a legal document, created by a testator, that provides detailed instructions on how to distribute his or her financial assets, real and personal property, and any other assets upon the testator’s death. The testator’s estate can be transferred upon their death to relatives, friends, charitable organizations, or…

South Carolina Deed Forms

A South Carolina deed form allows an individual or entity to transfer all ownership rights and claim in property to another party. The deed represents documentation as it pertains to the written contract between the buyer and seller (Grantee and Grantor as it is termed respectively) stating the consideration, or purchase price, along with a…

South Carolina Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The South Carolina living trust is a legal instrument used to avoid probate during the disposition of an estate. The Settlor will place their property into the trust and assign a Trustee to manage it (the Settlor can put themselves as Trustee during their lifetime). At such a time as laid out within the trust…

South Carolina 24-Hour Landlord Notice to Enter

A South Carolina notice to enter alerts a tenant that their landlord needs access to the rental unit. The notice must include the reason for the landlord’s need to enter. The landlord has to give at least twenty-four (24) hours’ notice and may only enter the premises during reasonable times of the day. Laws –…