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H 2518
Session 105 (1983-1984) 

H 2518 General Bill, By Washington, W.S. Anderson, F.X. Archibald, T.M. Burriss, 
V.L. Crocker, Harvin, H.H. Keyserling and J.H. Toal
 A Bill to provide for the South Carolina Residential Landlord and Tenant Act
 which regulates the renting and leasing of certain dwelling units located
 within this State and which includes provisions to establish jurisdiction and
 the method of obtaining jurisdiction over the parties involved, to make
 certain definitions, to impose an obligation of good faith in the performance
 and enforcement of duties and obligations, to prohibit unconscionability, to
 provide for the terms and conditions of rental agreements and the effect of
 unsigned or undelivered rental agreements, to prohibit certain provisions in
 rental agreements, to provide for landlord obligations, liability and
 remedies, to provide for tenant obligations, liability and remedies, to
 provide for manner of termination of tenancies and holdover remedies, to
 prohibit retaliatory conduct, to provide that Chapter 35, Title 27, Code of
 Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to creation, establishment and
 termination of leasehold estates, Chapter 37, Title 27, relating to ejectment
 of tenants, and Article 3, Chapter 39, Title 27, relating to collection of
 rent by distraint shall not be applicable to the leasing or renting of any
 real property otherwise governed under the provisions of this Act, and to
 amend the Code by adding Section 27-37-160 so as to establish certain
 procedures to be followed by constables or deputy sheriffs when executing
 writs of ejectment.
   02/23/83  House  Introduced and read first time HJ-1122
   02/23/83  House  Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and
                     Industry HJ-1123




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