South Carolina Lease Termination Letter Form | 30-Day Notice

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Updated January 23, 2023

A South Carolina Lease Termination Letter is a simple legal document that is required for nearly any rental agreement in the event either the landlord or tenant would like to serve 30 days notice to vacate the premises. This document will serve perfectly the need to provide legal notice one to the other. Once it’s been served, notice has been served.

LawsCode 1976 § 27-40-770

How To Write

Step 1 – Download the document –

  • Check the appropriate box according to whether you are the landlord serving the tenant or you’re the tenant serving the landlord 30 days notice to vacate

Step 2 – Return of Security Deposit – Tenant must provide the following information if they would like to receive a complete or partial refund on their deposit

  • Street address
  • City
  • State
  • Zip Code

Step 3 – Walk Through-

  • As soon as it’s possible, the landlord and tenant must arrange a final walk through of the premises

Step 4 – Utilities –

  • The tenant(s) must be certain to be responsible for turning off or moving utilities to a new address
  • If the landlord would like to change the utilities back to their name they must call the utility companies and change them back into their name

Step 5 – Signature

  • Whomever is serving this 30 notice to vacate must provide signature and printed name