This Notice to Vacate is intended to be used to serve your tenant with a notice to vacate the property and this document is intended to fully abide with your State laws. This document is intended to be acceptable under State laws in situations where you decide to proceed with a Court action.
Docstoc Legal Agreements This Notice to Vacate is used by a landlord to notify a tenant to vacate property currently occupied by the tenant. This notice complies with state laws by giving the tenant sixty days notice to vacate the premises. Furthermore, the tenant is instructed to pay any unpaid rent and states the reason for the tenant's eviction. It provides that if the tenant fails to vacate the premises by the specified date, the landlord will commence eviction proceedings and/or take legal action against the tenant. This notice should be used by a landlord located in South Carolina when evicting a tenant. ® DISCLAIMERS: ALL INFORMATION AND FORMS ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING AS TO THEIR LEGAL EFFECT AND COMPLETENESS. They are for general guidance and should be modified by you or your attorney to meet your specific needs and the laws of your state. Use at your own risk. Docstoc, its employees or contractors who wrote or modified any form, are NOT providing legal or any other kind of advice and are not creating or entering into an Attorney -Client relationship. The information and forms are not a substitute for the advice of your own attorney. Use of this document and our service are deemed to be your ackno wledgement and agreement to the following: The disclaimers and links on this page and the back page(s); our Terms of Service (http://www.docstoc.com/popterm.aspx?page_id=15), and read more here (http://www.docstoc.com/popterm.aspx?page_id=114) for additional disclaimers and more. You also agree that if you are not the person using the document and services that you will provide such person(s) who will be with these front and back disclaimer pages. This document is not approved, endorsed by, or affiliated with any State, or governmental or licensing entity. Entire document copyright © Docstoc®, Inc., 2010 - 2013. All Rights Reserved NOTICE TO VACATE State of South Carolina County of ________________________ [Instruction: Insert the County] To: __________________________________________________ [Instruction: list each tenant who will be affected by this notice] Address: ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the address of the property] You are hereby notified that within Sixty (60) days as per [STATUTE], after delivery of this notice, I demand possession of said property listed above, now occupied by you, which you illegally detain from me. Unless you vacate at once, I shall proceed to repossess said property, which you now owe ________________ ($____) [Instruction: Insert amount of rent due, e.g., two thousand dollars ($2,000)] for rent through the _______ [date] day of _______ [month], 20_______ [year] and for the reason(s) listed herein: ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ _________________. [Instruction: State reasons for eviction] If you fail to vacate the premises by the above date, the undersigned may commence eviction proceedings against you and/or exercise other available rights and remedies under the law. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation. Very truly yours, ________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the landlord's name] _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ © Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 2 [Instruction: Insert the address and phone number of Landlord] © Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 3
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