South Carolina Month-to-Month Rental Agreement Template

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The South Carolina month-to-month rental agreement permits a tenant to occupy a particular residential property, with no specific termination date, for a monthly fee. The agreement runs on perpetually until one of the parties, landlord or tenant, gives the other a written declaration of their intentions to cancel the agreement. A month-to-month lease should be treated the same as a standard residential rental agreement. The landlord should check the prospective tenant’s credit and background through a rental application form. Furthermore, the parties should negotiate the terms set forth in the agreement before agreeing to sign the document.

Rent Increase – No statute mentioning rent increases.

Minimum Termination Notice (§ 27-40-770(b)) – Tenant or landlord can terminate a month-to-month tenancy with at least thirty (30) days written notice to the other party.

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