South Carolina Commercial Lease Agreement

The South Carolina Commercial Lease Agreement, once signed by a landlord and business-tenant, binds the parties to a deal in which a retail property, office, warehouse, or room is granted for use by the tenant, so long as the tenant makes routine monthly payments to the landlord until the lease expires or is terminated. The importance of signing a commercial lease is paramount, as it holds both parties to their individual requirements and, once notarized, can be used in a court of law to recover unpaid rent, have the landlord repair damage to the premises, and remedy other misconducts.

South Carolina Commercial Lease Code – Title 36 Ch. 2A

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